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Flipped Classroom

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Hexagons, board pens and videotapes (…well mobile phones)

By Sunny Gunessee Further to my last post summarising my work investigating the flipped classroom approach, more questions have been raised about how to make best use of available time.  There is a net gain in available lesson time as a result of students completing their reading outside of class. Resulting in there being a requirement of not just … Continue reading

Guess who’s coming to dinner?

By Sunny Gunessee. Over the last 18 months my form sixth form teaching has undergone some significant changes, after visiting the Sociology department at Yavneh College I became sold on the practice of ‘flipped classroom’. I produced an independent enquiry on flipped classroom earlier in the calendar year, and further details can be found by … Continue reading

Practitioner Enquiry: What impact will flipped classroom have on Y13 & Y12 students in Sociology on improved independence skills out of school and improved outcomes in school? Gunessee, S (2016)

By: Sunny Gunessee Subject Area:  Sociology The research conducted by S. Gunessee strikes a strong similarity with the process of a lesson study, it is firmly rooted as piece of independent teaching practitioners research. After a set of underperforming results from the previous cohort, S. Gunessee went to the best performing college in the UK … Continue reading