Flipping The Classroom: Fifth Week Complete


Not much to report for week 5. I was away on an interstate school trip for part of the week, and I’ve found that now students are in to rehearsals homework has become ‘run through your speech’ which is difficult to follow up in a tangible way. There was one homework set that could be checked, which was done by 55% of the students.

Time With Students

Students had one on one time with each other rather than me, rehearsing in front of each other and giving each other constructive criticism.

Overall week 5 was more like a normal week than a flipped classroom due to the current nature of the work. Not  a negative (should always adapt methodologies to suit) but just means I have little new to offer this week.


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