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Developing Flipped Lessons - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, you'll review lessons written by professional instructors that outline the development of flipped lessons. The lessons introduce you to both flipped constructivist and problem-based lessons as well as show you how they apply to a variety of learning environments. Feel free to work through this entire chapter or just the lessons that cover the specific concepts that apply to you. You'll find a short quiz with each lesson that works well to assess your understanding.
How It Helps
- Compares concepts: With lessons covering different types of flipped lessons in a variety of learning environments, you can easily identify the methods that will work best for you and your situation.
- Provides options: You'll gain understanding of the ways flipped lessons work both in and out of the classroom, giving you flexibility and choice.
- Aids in design: Not only will you learn about the concepts associated with constructivist and problem-based flipped lessons, you'll learn how they are developed and how you can apply them in your classroom.
You should be ready to achieve the following goals once this chapter is complete:
- Plan out-of-class and in-class learning experiences
- Develop flipped constructivist lessons for BYOD and 1:1 environments
- Explain how to use and create flipped constructivist lessons in a blended learning environment
- Outline the process of flipped problem-based lesson development for blended learning and BYOD environments
- Detail the development of flipped problem-based lessons for a 1:1 environment
1. Flipped Learning: Planning Out-of-Class Experiences
This lesson offers a quick overview of what a flipped classroom is, discusses the benefits of a flipped classroom, and offers strategic plans for planning out-of-class experiences that optimize the benefits of flipping a classroom.
2. Flipped Learning: Planning In-Class Experiences
This lesson briefly explains the concept of flipped learning. It also provides a quick overview of how to plan the in-class activities that optimize learning in a flipped learning environment.
3. Developing Flipped Constructivist Lessons for a BYOD Environment
If you are interested in contemporary educational strategies, you might be curious to learn more about flipped constructivist instruction. This lesson discusses developing flipped constructivist lessons for a BYOD environment.
4. Developing Flipped Constructivist Lessons for a 1:1 Environment
1:1 learning environments provide all students with equal access to unique learning experiences. Let's learn about how to create constructivist lessons for flipped classrooms with student access to devices.
5. Developing Flipped Constructivist Lessons for a Blended Learning Environment
Blended learning environments provide a unique opportunity for students to learn. Learn how to create constructivist lessons for flipped classrooms within the blended learning environment.
6. Developing Flipped Problem-Based Lessons for a BYOD Environment
In this lesson, you will learn about the benefits of the problem-based flipped classroom as well as structures and considerations for teachers in a BYOD environment.
7. Developing Flipped Problem-Based Lessons for a 1:1 Environment
If you work in a flipped classroom environment where there is one device per student, you probably want to know how you can make good problem-based lessons. This lesson offers some guidance and conceptual background.
8. Developing Flipped Problem-Based Lessons for a Blended Learning Environment
In this lesson we'll be looking at how to apply the flipped classroom to problem based learning lessons. We'll see how this teaching strategy can improve learning outcomes in a blended learning environment.
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Other chapters within the How to Flip Your Classroom course
- Introduction to Flipped Classrooms
- Constructivist Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Active Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Problem-Based Learning & Flipped Classrooms
- Collaborative Learning & Group Work in a Flipped Classroom
- Technology in Flipped Classrooms
- Student Engagement & Assessment in Flipped Classroom
- Reflection & Growth in Flipped Classrooms
- Flipped Learning Case Studies