In this episode, educational leaders and ISTE authors, Martha Ramirez and Carolina R. Buitrago, join to unpack flipped learning to differentiate instruction in any classroom setting. You’ll also hear about their new book In-Class Flip, plus favorite digital tools and strategies for both experienced teachers and those new to flipped learning. If you’re wondering, “What is flipped learning?” Then this episode is for you!
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What is Flipped Learning?
- Differentiated instruction is all about having compassion.
- Collect evidence to see what your students need.
- Flipped learning can help address SEL goals.
- Extend distance learning experiences to face-to-face classrooms.
Sponsored by my Easy EdTech Club
This episode is sponsored by my Easy EdTech Club! If you’re listening in the month of July, you’re in luck. The Easy EdTech Club is for educators who love using technology in the classroom but want time-saving ideas and step-by-step support. Each month, members receive a special masterclass and supporting items. You dive into a new topic and gather ideas for your classroom, school, and colleagues! The doors to my Easy EdTech Club will open up on July 20th and will stay open through the end of the month. And there are some special bonus items for educators who join this summer, you won’t want to miss out on! Head to ClassTechTips.com/CLUB for all the details, or just go to my website ClassTechTips.com and click on the Easy EdTech Club button to learn more.
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