Lesson planning is the first step to integrate Flipped Learning into your courses. University of NewYork has offered a Flipped Lesson Plan Template that you can make use of. You can also refer to my video about creating a Flipped lesson plan for another method to craft your lesson plan. Remember, your own lesson planning … Continue reading Planning Your Lesson with Flipped Learning
As a teacher, you may have experienced many situations when facilitating student group work become a challenge or even a chaos. Team-based Learning is a method that you can rely on to help you run student collaboration smoothly. By using the power of team, you can turn your students into responsible and accountable team members, … Continue reading A Recipe for Team-based Learning in the Flipped Classrooms
Flipped Learning is converting your lectures into the video for students to do at home and using class time for practice activities. That sounds kind of simple, but, I'm sure those who have been trying to apply flipped learning would counteract, "well, what if my students do not watch the lectures at home?". The reason … Continue reading Mixing Problem-based Learning into Flipped Learning to boost learning motivation
If you are a teacher, probably you have been in a situation when your students challenge you about something that you do not know. Students are able to access more materials and see different methods via the Internet and what would you do when you are unfamiliar with that approach? According to Dr. Joshua Lambert, … Continue reading What if your student come up with a solution unknown to you? Teachers, are you panic?
People who embrace a growth mindset are more likely to be successful when they face challenges. Here are my suggestions to build growth mindset as a flipped educator.