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    Megan Looney wrote a tagged post :

    Learning to Flip

    I've known about Flipped Classroom models for the past few years and now that I'm back in a classroom have had the opportunity to try out this model of instruction. In the past few weeks I'd noticed that my students needed some independent practice w
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    Reputation and Perspective

    Reverse instruction (flipped classroom) games based learning and play have been the focus of my reading recently and I have more questions now than answers. In Physical Education games have been our staple for years.  If anything it is a reputati
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    Bring them to the next level!

    [caption id="attachment_323" align="alignleft" width="310"] S.Vermeulin at Bett 2017[/caption] I suffered. I suffered and was bored for most of my schoold years. My torture was called lecture and my jail was my desk. However, I mananged to get my
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    Channel Change: A flipped classroom for technology skills?

    (COETAIL Course 5 Project Proposal) Hey folks, I’d like to share a little project idea with you. I've been thinking hard about what strengths I bring my classroom and how students respond to the lessons we do at school. How might I leverage t
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    The Culture of Copyright

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    Differentiation- The most complex basic

    Hi, My final project for COETAIL has not been going completely to plan for several reasons, but the main one has been a upcoming school inspection. In the previous inspection, my school was noted for an inconsistency in teaching practices am
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    GTL 3: Flip it, Blend it, Learn it

    I have been a big fan of the Flipped Learning model since I first encountered it on the COETAIL course, and it seems to dovetail seamlessly with the principles of the 'Lazy Teacher' espoused by Jim Smith, of which I am also a big fan. I understan
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    Too Many Apps for that!

    There are currently over 80,000 Educational Apps on the iTunes store. 80,000+ AMAZING, INTIMIDATING, DIFFERENT, SIMILAR, DAUNTING APPS to choose from and more are coming every day! Part of me wants to run out, explore and go for it. The other pa
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    Course 4 - Final Project

    This or That After reading several blog posts, it appears that I am not alone in this course 4 final project dilemma.  I am not the only one who has decided to move to a different role, different school and different country for next school year.
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    Challenges of the Big Flip

    In many ways, my classroom is already flipped.  In my English class, I probably give a traditional lecture of forty minutes or more once every two weeks.  In my classroom we largely spend time working either as individuals or groups practicing, col