Student engagement with the Flipped Classroom Quality Learning Management courses are built on new knowledge and modern pedagogical development. Using ideas from the flipped classroom strengthen the courses. Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage…

Knowledge development

Knowledge development is a process. We can look at that process from different angles. For instance, we can look at knowledge development from an objective perspective such as knowledge transfer and takes place primarily as a transfer of explicit knowledge from a sender to a recipient. The sender will be independent of the receiver and can develop explicit knowledge that can then transferred to a receiver far away. The recipient can…

online learning conditions

Students perform better in online learning On average, students in online learning conditions performed modestly better than those receiving face-to-face instruction. The difference between student outcomes for online and face-to-face classes is larger when blended elements of online and face-to-face instruction are included. 50 independent effects in a meta-analysis A systematic search of the research literature from 1996 through July 2008 identified more than a thousand empirical studies of online learning.…

Smartphone for Learning

Using smartphones for learning Not all schools allow the students using smartphones in the classroom. However, outside classroom, the student can use the Smartphone. Thanks to an exponential increase in ubiquity and computing capacity, today’s smartphones make a feasible answer to many of the challenges in the school. They offer endless possibilities for higher engagement, enhancement of student understanding and extension of learning beyond the classroom. Smartphones also provide an easy…

It all starts with a teacher doing what they do best – explaining a concept. Except for this time they’re doing it on video, either by simply explaining a concept on camera, or using screen capture tools or presentation software with a voiceover. Video content retains the connection, the humor, and the pace of great teaching – and there’s plenty of scope for teachers to be creative! (FlippedInstitute) Flipped classroom Flipped…