Category Archives: Flipped Classroom

Please Stop Calling it Blended!

For the love of education, please stop calling it blended. Recently, I attended a ministry hosted function that provided schools/boards from across the province with the opportunity to share ideas, showcase best practices and dialogue on innovation. Depressingly, I use … Continue reading

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What’s the Point? The Importance of Integrating Tech with Purpose

In a recent Faculty Reading entitled Articulating Learning Outcomes For Faculty Development Workshops by Dr. Jack MacFarlene, the importance of Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) is expressed in ensuring that post-secondary students have an active and continuous understanding of where their … Continue reading

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Flipping in Action: Where can we Begin?

Over the course of the past few years, the conversation focusing on “flipping” the classroom has been active and at times controversial. The traditional notion of flipping re-imagines and restructures the teacher’s role of delivering content during class time.  Rather … Continue reading

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