Flipped learning within a classroom is something I have been interested in for quite some time. Two years ago as part of a working trio at my old school we decided that flipped learning was a common interest amongst ourselves and we decided to explore its effectiveness and benefit within different subject areas.
Our three subject areas were an eclectic mix of mathematics, computing and science. We met a few times to discuss differing methods in which we could deliver flipped learning and each decided a different route.
Science - Asking students to watch specific video clips from the web.
Computing - Making and designing a mini class website where tasks and videos were uploaded allowing students to interact.
Mathematics – Testing the impact of using video clips designed by myself vs those already available on the internet.
As part of my work in creating a series of generic department displays for my new department, due to staff not being assigned to rooms. I created shape bunting amongst other key display items. It was important to have the basic available in every room so staff know what they are walking into when they are teaching.