Show classroom teachers how flipping the classroom will change the way they will teach and deliver their lessons
Introduce the SMART model for objective writing
Identify the difference between good and vague learning objectives
Demonstrate an understanding of having order (mapping) to the learning objectives
Write good, measurable learning objectives to incorporate into their flipped lesson on Sophia.org
This lesson will discuss the paradigm shift that must occur in the teaching and delivery of flipped classroom lessons. You will be introduced to the first step of the Backwards Design lesson model, which will lead you to learning about and practicing writing SMART lesson objectives to add to the flipped lesson you are creating on Sophia.org.
Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac
Slides to accompany the video lesson
Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using PowerPoint for Mac
This short video lesson will show you how to create a new tutorial on Sophia.org and add learning objectives to your tutorial.
1. Have you considered how your teaching and delivery of lessons will shift due to the Flipped Classroom?
2. Have you written your SMART objectives for your first flipped lesson on Sophia.org?
Does the follow objective meet the requirement of being a good smart goal: At the end of this math lesson, my 6th grade honor students will be able to correctly solve indirect measurements using rational numbers and the indirect equation, and model the though process in doing so.
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