They have two days to review the Glog material. On the third day, I assign an in-class project for students to complete based on what they reviewed on the Glog. With this approach, I don’t have to do whole group instruction; I can plan activities that review the necessary skills while I pull small groups off to the side for more personal attention. I post all the Glogs on my Wikispace so my students can access them easily.
I love the idea to include a “mystery person” to hold students accountable for reviewing the Glogs. (Hiding Justin Beieber behind an image of a present? Genius!) Robin turns a potentially snore-inducing task like standardized test prep into a fun, hands-on activity that students can move through at their own pace.
Do you incorporate flipped methods into your test prep? Can you think of other ways to make test prep more engaging?
Tomorrow, Glogster EDU Ambassadors will show how they adapt flipped classroom strategies to younger learners. Stay tuned!