You may be aware of the concept of 'Flipped Learning' trending in your communities and from what I have seen the evidence certainly seems to suggest it works.
Here is a quick link to last years Bett Video on the 'Flipped Classroom' - http://youtu.be/oC1_U5orWKE
If you would like a quick chat to discover how easy it is to get age appropriate, personalised resources available to your pupils to try 'Flipped Learning' then contact me to chat through how technology can enable this process.
An example could be the Use of a Visualiser to post images of the pre learning prior to the lesson or possibly use Classroom Response systems (voting) to ask questions or ensure the pre requisites of the learning is in place prior to the lesson...
Technology examples below:
Classroom Response systems: Bring interaction and flexibility to your lessons with our revolutionary learner response system iQ Pad. iQ Pad brings a new level of interactivity to teaching without the need to change your teaching pedagogy. iQ Pad Pad includes 1000’s of example curriculum questions, making it the best in the market!
iQ Pad works just like a mobile phone allowing for a wide range of question types such as True / False, Open Format, Multiple choice, leading questions and importance questions. The keypad also allows the entry of mathematical symbols making our learner response system amongst the most versatile on the market.
A visualiser is a digital ICT presentation and teaching resource that directly connects to a PC, projector or LCD screen. It is the most flexible presentation tool in recent times. It can pick-up any kind of material whether it be photographs, books or 3D objects quickly and provides a high resolution output signal.
From £149.99 to £999.99 - We supply all models of Visualiser to suit all budgets and requirements. Contact us to let us know a particular model or let one of our consultants talk you through your requirements and we will match with our extensive Product Range.
You can now share work with the whole class, split and zoom, negative to positive, capture live demonstrations and take pictures and videos to share on your website or capture pupil evidence within your virtual learning environment (VLE).