I am speaking at the second Hull and East Riding TeachMeet next week. I took the opportunity to talk about three experiments I am conducting in the classroom this year for my MSc in the Teaching of Psychology. Below are the resources, extra links and anything else I thought might be of use following my talk on Tuesday 8th October at Cottingham High School.
The Learning Ladder @imresourcd
Simple but effective way to engage learners, check where they are, help them reflect on aims and objectives and to many other uses. Not a Swiss Army knife, but just as many uses.
I’ve written before about flipped classrooms and how you can flip your classroom with Resourcd. This year I have partially flipped my classroom with one flipped task each week for students to complete over the weekend before their first session of the week – you can see it at jamiesflipped.co.uk or @jamiesflipped.
Jamie’s Flipped was created with wordpress and the sensei plugin from woothemes (which is quite expensive but a good tool that they are improving all the time). However, you can achieve a similar setup with these free plugins: