A recent blog post by George Couros states that we shouldn’t just bounce back from the coronavirus school closures – we should “bounce forward”. What
Tag: Flipped Classroom
Hattie on homework: support for flipped learning?
Like most teachers, I’m aware of John Hattie’s research because of its fame and wide influence. However, I hadn’t read his book (until now) or looked
Contingency and technology
It has been an eventful week for teachers in Hong Kong. In an attempt to manage the influenza epidemic, the Hong Kong Education Bureau (EDB) announced
EDpuzzle: more features and possibilities
I have written about EDpuzzle a couple of times, but probably not enough. I really love it! I love it even more now that I
My aims for next year (2017-18)
Last summer, I published a post titled My aims for next year. A year later, it’s pleasing and satisfying to revisit that post, knowing that I
I’m Flipped Learning Certified!
“Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group space to the individual space, and the resulting group space is
EDpuzzle for flipped learning
A few months ago, I shared my initial experiences of flipping my classroom using my own videos and YouTube. That post can be found here.
Google Classroom next steps
On Tuesday (incidentally my 28th birthday), I co-led some differentiated PD about Google Classroom. The aim is to implement it across the whole of the
Adopting a flipped classroom
The flipped classroom is a buzz term floating around at the moment, but what does it actually mean? Here is a good explanation of it: “By