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Fundamentally Flipped

More and more teachers are finding that flipping their classroom is a successful way to transform their teaching and the learning of their students. The following presentation explains what the flipped classroom is, includes examples and gives instructions on how to create resources to use.

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I am an English teacher of year 9-13 students at Whangaparaoa College. I enjoy incorporating the use of technology in the classroom and researching effective ways of engaging students. In 2012 our school introduced compulsory BYOD for year 9 and I have enjoyed this challenge. I am an advocate of Project Based Learning and plan to increase my use of this teaching style. I am also a musician and enjoy playing in local bands. If I can include music in my teaching in some way, I do it!

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