Here’s an explanation of in-class flip with its types of stations, sequencing and examples based on trial and error (still in process).
What is in-class flip?
Types of in-class flips
Mixed sequence stations explanation
Mixed sequenced in-class flip example
Mixed sequence student flow
Simple sequence stations explanation
Simple sequenced stations example
What to do with large classes (In a sequenced flip)
Some ideas for station work
It is important to note that every in-class flip will vary depending on number of students, physical class space, resources, class focus and student dynamic, among other aspects. Sequenced or mixed flips depend on every teachers needs and individual class needs as well. Getting one’s head around the logistics is a process, but once you get the hang of it, you’ll love it!
Feel free to leave your comments and questions!
Barnes, M., & Gonzalez, J. (2015). Hacking Education: 10 Quick Fixes for Every School (Hack Learning Series). Cleveland, OH: Times 10 Publication.
González, J. (2014) Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The “In-Class” Version. Retrieved from http://www.edutopia.org/blog/flipped-classroom-in-class-version-jennifer-gonzalez
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