So are the classes of the new professors youtubers

Traditional teaching is giving way to a new way of communicating the contents of subjects and subjects thanks to new technologies. It is what is known today as Flipped Classroom (FC) or inverted class, a pedagogical model that transfers the work of learning outside the classroom and uses class time so that the teacher can pay more attention or even personalized attention to their students.

The new teachers youtubers

In practice, the model of Flipped Classroom consists of being or having a "profe youtuber", which is recorded on video the explanation of their classes and recommends the vision of this video to their students before attending the classroom. However, "flipping" a class is much more than editing and distributing a video. The Flipped Classroom is a comprehensive approach to teaching classes that combines direct instruction with constructivist methods, increased commitment and involvement of students with the content of the course and improving their conceptual understanding.

When teachers publish a class on video, class time is released to facilitate student participation in active learning through questions, discussions and applied activities that encourage exploration, articulation and application of ideas.

Rosa Liarte, Geography and History teacher and ICT coordinator at IES Cartima, is an absolute defender of the use of these tools in class, for its didactic potential. * I have not used a textbook for many years, but my students do have a notebook and write. I like to take notes because it helps them to study *, explains this teacher to Thisfamilywelove in the II Congress of Educational Innovation organized by the Government of Aragon and held in Zaragoza.

But, how to know if your students have seen the video of the class? Rosa Liarte explains that "thanks to the Edppuzzle application I can know if my students have seen the video, and thus work with them in class, because I do not have to explain the subject in the classroom, I have more time to work with my students, doing projects every one or two units, I always try to use new technologies in the projects, and work with the students to find information, something very necessary nowadays ".

Flipped Classroom, an American invention

The term Flipped Classroom It was coined for the first time by two Chemistry professors from a Colorado High School, Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams. They realized that students often missed some classes for certain reasons, such as illness, and in an effort to help these students, they encouraged the recording and distribution of videos of classes at school. Later, they also realized that this same model allows the teacher to focus more attention on the individual learning needs of each student.

However, this is not the only advantage. The Flipped Classroom as an element of educational innovation, the following are the main benefits:

1. It allows teachers to devote more time to attention to diversity.
2. It is an opportunity for teachers to share information and knowledge with each other, with students, families and the community.
3. It provides students with the possibility of returning to access the best content generated or facilitated by their teachers.
4. Create a collaborative learning environment in the classroom. Involve families from the beginning of the learning process.

Professor Rosa Liarte adds that "today our students are restless, with a lot of distractions, and I think we have to adapt to them." As positive aspects of the Flipped Classroom, I find your results with the students, their motivation, and how to get whether the students are asking questions, and not just answering my questions. "

7 different types of Flipped Classroom

1. The standard inverted class. The students work the videos at home and practice what they have learned with traditional tasks in the classroom.

2. The reverse class oriented to the debate. The assigned videos serve to develop debates or later reflection in the classroom.

3. The inverse class oriented to experimentation. The videos serve as reference to remember and repeat learnings as in science classes: physics, chemistry and mathematics.

4. The inverse class as an approximation. The students watch the videos in class. After the teacher comes to solve the doubts. Preferable with smaller students.

5. The inverse class based on groups. It combines the previous type of reverse class, but the change occurs in the classroom. The students are grouped to work the assigned task.

6. The virtual reverse class. The concepts of time and space are redefined, since the concept of a traditional classroom is eliminated in the development of learning, delivery of tasks, evaluation, etc.

7. Invest the teacher. The process of creation of the videos can fall well in the teacher, or in the students to demonstrate experience or skills of a higher order.

Marisol Nuevo Espín
Advice: Rosa Liarte, Professor of Geography and History, teacher training in new technologies and youtuber teacher.

Video: 10 Teachers Who DEFINITELY Chose The WRONG Profession

Interesting Articles

Sugar, the main enemy of children's health

Sugar, the main enemy of children's health

The intake of foods and beverages rich in free sugars harms the health of the little ones and increases the risk of overweight at these early ages. A WHO report estimated the number of children under...

Milestones that mark the adolescent's development

Milestones that mark the adolescent's development

Speaking of adolescence is referring to a stage of changes. There are many things that are altered during these years, not only physically, also in the minds of young people. Upon completion, most...