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Author(s): Vieira, Helena
Ribeiro, Cláudia Pinto
Title: Implementing flipped classroom in History: the reactions of eighth grade students in a portuguese school
Issue Date: 2018
Abstract: Despite the difficulties of integrating every student, every teacher and every schoolin the digital revolution of the 21st century, there are new tendencies in educationusing digital technology that are trying to change the everyday life in schools.The Flipped Classroom is one of them. This is a blended learning model thatreverses the traditional teaching learning model, putting the student in focus,using digital technology (or not) to learn the contents for homework, usually insmall videos, and spend the class time in the application of resources, usually inmotivating activities.Following this path, this paper is the result of a case study that we performed inthe school year of 2015/2016, with about 80 students, with average ages of 13, inthe classroom of History.To complete this experience, we planned an inverted History class, pursuingthe main ideas of this methodology, using apps installed in the students personalmobile phones and asking students to develop some activities during the class andafter the end of class time.The outcome of this case study aims to be a contribution to the idea that FlippedClassroom can be an innovative strategy that reinforces the dialogues betweenHistorical Education and the use of ICT, as well as an original and well-succeededmethodology in History teaching.
Subject: Ciências da educação
Educational sciences
Document Type: Artigo em Revista Científica Internacional
Rights: openAccess
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