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Innovation in education: Flipping the classroom

I collected some very exciting innovations and wonder whether they can be useful in education

2012-07-31 11.19.29Flipping the classroom

A year ago I discovered a video on YouTube from Jelmer Evers, who uses web 2.0 tools and explained the concept of a flipped classroom. Evers teaches history and creates digital lessons using the combination of Prezi, Camtasia and YouTube. His students are very excited by the concept. Some students even learn by iPod while running or traveling by train.

In a flipped classroom, the teacher makes screencasts and other digital materials. The students watch and listen these at home. During the lessons there is more time for exercise and questions, because the theory is already learned.

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How I built this site

wordpressEducation is my job. E-learning is my hobby. Sharing knowledge is my passion. Honestly, I practically write course material every day. Therefore, I want to share how I made this website/blog. Sharing is caring. First things first: I choose to use WordPress because to my opinion it’s the most advanced blog. It’s possible to change its layout, to expand with plugins and even import content from other blogs. Let’s take a look how to install and start with WordPress.

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