Flipped learning journaling tool

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Look-fors: What happened in the classroom as a result of your flipping?
Use the sliders to indicate your response to each item.

1. In what setting did direct instruction take place?

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In a classroom setting   Outside a classroom setting

2. How were students’ learning spaces configured with regard to what, where and when learning activities were conducted?

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Students worked in assigned spaces   Students created their own learning spaces to meet their needs

3. What kinds of learning strategies were used to foster learning?

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Learning mostly involved face-to-face interactions in a physical environment   Learning involved a range of face-to-face and digital strategies

4. What digital resources did students use?

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Students used digital resources selected by the instructor   Students selected a range of digital resources to meet their learning needs

5. How were digital resources acquired?

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Most digital resources were purchased by the teacher or school   Most digital resources were created by the teacher and/or colleagues

6. Who directed students’ learning?

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Students’ learning was mostly directed by their teacher   Students’ learning was mostly directed by students and their peers

7. How was students’ study time managed?

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Students’ study time was managed by their teacher and school   Students or their parents managed their study time

8. Who assessed students' learning progress?

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Students’ progress was assessed by their teacher and school   Students assessed their own learning through self and peer assessment

9. Where was students' learning progress assessed?

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In a classroom setting   Outside of a classroom setting

10. How challenging was the learning experience for students?

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Students were revising what they had previously learned   Students were extending and elaborating their learning

Was the learning and teaching targeting development of curriculum knowledge, social-emotional and/or cognitive skills? Indicate this for each of the following areas of students development:

11. Curriculum knowledge and concepts

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Learning was not intended to develop curriculum knowledge and concepts   Learning was intended to develop curriculum knowledge and concepts

12. Social skills

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Learning was not intended to develop students social skills   Learning was intended to develop students social skills

13. Emotional control and self-regulation

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Learning was not intended to develop students emotional control and self-regulation   Learning was intended to develop students emotional control and self-regulation

14. Skills for attentive and focused learning

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Learning was not intended to develop students skills for attentive and focused learning   Learning was intended to develop students skills for attentive and focused learning

15. Problem-solving and reasoning

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Learning was not intended to develop students skills for problem-solving and reasoning   Learning was intended to develop students skills for problem-solving and reasoning

What are your learning needs at this point in time?