Flipped classrooms use critical thinking Helping our students learn how to learn 2 days ago   39:52

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Join Robyn Brinks-Lockwood as she takes a look at how flipped classrooms enhance critical thinking and ways ESL instructors can use this method in their own classrooms to benefit both teachers and students.

Watch other webinars from the ELT Online Conference, February 2019:
http://view.ceros.com/cambridge/elt-online-conference-1/p/2

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Sillymoful
The diagrams really help understand how flipped classrooms use critical thinking (or utilize HOTs)!
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Helping our students learn how to learn Flipped classrooms use critical thinking 2 days ago   35:02

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In this webinar, Dr. Randi Reppen will look at three ways to help our teaching be more effective and to improve our students’ learning - guided noticing, scaffolded instruction, and wrapping up with ideas for contextualized practice. Clear examples of each of these will be presented in a way that will make them easy to incorporate into your teaching.

Watch other webinars from the ELT Conference Online, February 2019:
http://view.ceros.com/cambridge/elt-online-conference-1/p/2