Category Archive: Flipped Learning

Nov 18

How can a fully inclusive ‘Flipped Learning’ environment raise attainment of lower ability students in A level PE?

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Context and justification I have been a classroom teacher for 8 years and have been teaching A level Sports Psychology for 5 and have felt that I have needed to revamp my delivery of this aspect of the course. In particular, I have found the differentiating of lessons at this level to be difficult at …

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Nov 17

iTunes U – GCSE Maths

Context and justification. This year I’ve had the exciting and challenging opportunity to teach 2 parallel year 10 groups – 10S and 10T3. On face value they are our “target C” groups – all but one pupil has an FFTD of the all-important grade C. In practice, however, there is a wide range of abilities …

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Nov 17

How does using iPads to support a ‘flipped learning’ experience enhance students’ (a) engagement (b) attainment in science?

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Context Developing the use of iPads within your lessons is considerably easier than encouraging students to use their iPads at home for educational purposes.  Developing a flipped classroom using iPads will hopefully not only encourage students to use their iPads effectively at home to develop their subject knowledge at home and maximising the time within …

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