Discover the many facets of the flipped classroom

During the #Clair2018 conference, we met Annick Arsenault-Carter, grade 7 teacher at Le Mascaret school, in the Francophone Sud school district. She has been using the inverted classroom for over 7 years.

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During the #Clair2018 conference, we met Annick Arsenault-Carter, grade 7 teacher at Le Mascaret school, in the Francophone Sud school district. She has been using the inverted classroom for over 7 years.

From January 25 to 27, L'École branchée was in Clair, New Brunswick. It is in this small school with a big heart, the Haut-Madawaska Learning Center (CAHM) that the annual conference is held. CLAIR - See education differently. More than 325 people gathered there, in addition to almost 200 students.

To begin with, Annick reminds us that there are as many flipped classes as there are teachers. In the article Transforming educational organizations with the flipped classroom, you will be able among other things to know the different types of reverse classes of Marcel Lebrun that she quotes in her interview. Annick chose to start by producing capsules in mathematics on the themes that she repeated each year. Her experience has proven to be beneficial and she shares with you many of her learnings on his website.

Annick uses the inverted class inside her class. This means that she makes videos to present certain concepts that are viewed by her students directly during her lessons. The flipped classroom allows him to move from face-to-face teaching to side-by-side teaching. Over the years, she has made several observations. Initially, she believed that the videos would mainly help her struggling students, who could more easily see and review the explanations presented. This is ultimately not the case. Rather, the use that she makes of the flipped classroom allows her to free herself in order to make pedagogical differentiation with these students who needed explanations at the end of the viewing.

Annick traveled to France in 2016 to experience her first inverted class congress (CLICK) to keep learning about the approach and become even better. On her return, she integrated and modified the work plan offering different paths to the student in addition to integrating the flipped classroom also in her French lessons. The work plan allows you to list the videos to watch as well as the tasks to be carried out.

She recommends that teachers who wish to integrate the flipped classroom to first develop their ease with the program to target the essential elements that could be covered from this approach. She also invites teachers to involve students in creating the capsules. In this way, each student develops knowledge and can contribute to the learning of other students.

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Stéphanie Dionne
Stephanie Dionnehttp://ecolebranchee.com/famille
Stéphanie Dionne is director of development and partnerships, facilitator and speaker. It contributes to the influence of players in the education sector and its ecosystem. In addition, it supports parents, teachers and workers in a mentality of co-education in order to allow young people to become fulfilled citizens in the digital age.