Assessment: Concept map
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Now that we have completed all of the lessons, we will create a concept map that details your future flipped classroom.
- Given Inspiration concept mapping software, learners will be able to outline and describe the structure and strategies used in their future flipped math classroom.
- Given Inspiration concept mapping software, learners will be able to outline and describe the roles of the teacher and student at home and while in class.
Step 1: Go to Inspiration software and sign up for a free trial.
Step 2: Watch the youtube video to learn how to use inspiration. Getting started using Inspiration
Step 3: Sketch and plan your concept map. Use the model on the right to visualize what your concept map should look like. Follow the guidelines below:
-include the roles of the teacher and students outside of the classroom
-include the roles of the teacher and students while in class
-include what homework will consist of
-include what classwork/projects will consist of
-include the pedagogy behind your flipped classroom
-include the technological resources that are needed
-include resources that you are going to use for the instructional aspect
Step 4: Use the software to create your concept map and then upload it to the discussion area at the top of the page. Follow the rubric below to ensure that you create a high quality concept map.
Congratulations, you have successfully completed this mini-course. I hope you learned a lot about how to flip your classroom, the best practices in flipped math classrooms, and the effectiveness of flipped math classrooms.
Go back to: Unit 3: How effective is a flipped classroom approach for your students?
Go back to: Unit 2: What are the strengths and weaknesses of a flipped classroom approach?
Go back to: Unit 1: What is a flipped classroom and what strategies are used in a flipped math classroom?