Ways you could incorporate technology used in the flipped classroom idea to support the Framework for 21st century learning in the classroom as it relates to decision making based on student assessments.
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Common Core State Standards lends themselves to the flipped classroom idea. The premise of CCSS is for students to delve into concepts and engage within their intellectual construct in a meaningful manner. Technology can help in this process through a couple of ways. In the flipped classroom, students are able to delve into the content with the teacher as more of a facilitator. For example, in ELA, the flipped classroom can be evident in an online discussion about plot development in a particular novel. Students can use a platform like Edmodo to stage an online discussion about critical elements of plot, or ...
The role of technology is a vital one in the Common Core Setting.
Core Standards in Education
Purpose: The educational paradigm has changed significantly over the past 50 years. However, in more recent times, and due to the acquisition of the Common Core State Standards, the shift in teaching, learning, and assessing has come under great scrutiny. This activity will provide students with an opportunity to research the rationale, purpose, and goals of the CCSS and draw their own conclusions regarding the implementation of the most recent national curriculum.
Task: The common core standards have been implemented (not entirely) throughout our nation. The implementation of CCSS has caused quite a stir! What are your thoughts regarding common core? In approximately 350 words, express both sides of the debate (those in favor of Common Core and those against), as well as your perspective on the use/usefulness of the Common Core Standards. Specific information from at least three authentic sources. Please know that blogs, op-ed articles, and discussion boards are not appropriate resources.
1. Opposing opinions are thoroughly expressed
2. Practical Applications - Your ideas regarding the usefulness of the research, Can you as a teacher use this information? How the article applies to you and how you can use the content? This should be the most significant material presented in your paper!