Share Paper: ONE-CONCEPT VIDEOS, iPADS, ’FLIPPED’ CLASSROOMS, AND HOW TO CREATE, DEPLOY AND MAKE WORK THESE NEW TOOLS AND METHODOLOGIES

  1. Brian Kahn, United Nations International School, United States
  2. Richard Thornley, United Nations International School, United States
Tuesday, October 9 1:30-1:50 PM Salon 3

Abstract: Online materials are now being produced by schools and colleges to support and even replace instruction in the classroom. What are effective on­line materials? How can students navigate to the material they need? What is the role of mobile devices like the iPad, iPod and iPhone in this development? At the United Nations International School (UNIS) we have created over 500 videos as part of the Science Learning Project (SciLproJ), which will eventually parallel the teaching of all three sciences for the International Baccalaureate (IB). A key component of this project was to design and build software to allow students ...