Monday, June 27, 2016

Educational Links 6/28/16


The Classroom Bookshelf - A Blog of Literature Lesson Ideas 

What Diverse Charter Schools Do Differently 

Taking a Leap into Blogging 

Teachers: Move On Before You Burn Out 

Math Dysfunction 

Amazon Officially Announces Its Education Platform & Gives It A Name 

What Are Flipped Classrooms? 

Over the past few years, the traditional lecture teaching model has been completely turned on its head in favor of a trendy — and potentially transformational — new teaching strategy. Enter: the flipped classroom. This pedagogical strategy is an inversion of the common “lecture in the classroom, assign homework and group work for outside of class” setup. Instead, in a flipped classroom, students engage in passive learning (i.e. lectures or assigned reading) at home, and class time is devoted to collaborative projects, answering questions, and engaging with the material on a deeper level. 





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