Learn the different components of a flipped classroom by using the acronym FIRE (Format, Interact, Reflect, Extend). Flipping your class is a great way to differentiate your lessons and tackle the harder level questions and activities in class. Whether you have access to technology or you don’t anyone can flip.
Included in this How to Guide:
-Different FORMATs to use for flipping your class
-Different ways for students to INTERACT with the lesson
-Different ways for students to REFLECT on what they learned in the flipped lesson
-Various ideas for EXTENDING the lesson after the flip
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