Technology as an Ally in the IB Science class

Presenter: Antonio Amaral Cunha & Silvana Meneghini
Location: São Paulo, Brazil

Presentation Title: Technology as an Ally in the IB Science class

Presentation Description: The “Flipped Classroom” strategy involves using some type of technology to provide instruction to students before coming to class and using class time for more higher level thinking and interaction. This strategy is being used by one of ur IB Science teachers through a collaborative Google Doc. Such an approach has been beneficial to students as we look at the IB learner profile and it has also been beneficial to the teacher in terms of covering IB requirements.

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  1. […] Question 5: K12 Online Posted by Andre Pinner December 5, 2011 The  K-12 Online Conference  has many different links and resources for a teacher to use. One of the presentations that I really enjoyed was titled: Technology as an Ally in the IB Science class. […]

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  3. […] Extra Credit K12 Online Conferences Technology as an ally Posted on April 27, 2012 by William Brown This video talks about flipping classes by introducing or assigning a topic before class using technology. The student then learns about the topic and comes to class ready to discuss it instead of learn it. This is beneficial to the student and the educator who can now have an insightful conversation with the students due to the material already being taught to them. This saves class time that often does not get the amount of time discussing the content as it deserves. Technology […]

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