Self-guided study, with hands-on collaboration
In flipped classrooms, direct instruction is provided entirely outside of the traditional setting via educational technology. The classroom is transformed into an interactive learning environment where students engage in collaborative learning and problem-solving. Effective flipped classrooms integrate online content with a hands-on approach to maximize student engagement in the classroom.
Integrations with content providers provide teachers with an abundance of educational technology resources at their disposal. Teachers can explore these resources and design a cohesive curricula tailored for their classrooms. Teachers can differentiate learning for students by assigning content online to supplement in-class assessment.
Kiddom’s Google Drive integration allows teachers to seamlessly share Drive attachments with students. Students access their own unique copy of the assignment, complete the assignment in Drive, and notify their teachers in Kiddom when they’re finished.
Teachers can link and/or share videos directly with students from the assignment dashboard. Videos can be assigned as primary or supplemental sources of instruction, enrichment, or intervention. Students can communicate directly with their teachers and ask for additional resources to meet their needs.