Flipped Class: how to get started with Skolengo's Teaching binder?


Published on January 20, 2021 by Laure - Updated on 14 mai 2024 à 12H01

Arnaud Corrèze, certified history and geography teacher at the High school Louis Majorelle in Toul, ENT Administrator and High school 4.0 coach, considers Skolengo's ENT to be a very rich teaching tool, with the Binder and Sections in particular. It enables him to implement innovative practices such as the inverted Class.

The MBN ENT (Skolengo solution) offers great potential for dynamic and interactive Teaching Practices.

New innovative practices with Skolengo, such as the inverted Class

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For the Student, Skolengo offers undeniable gain in autonomy learning, more dynamic learning, greater confidence on the part of the Student, more personalized support from the Teacher.It allows students to work at their own pace, without the stress of a single timetable. It also encourages the development of innovative Educational practices such as the inverted Class.

For the Teacher, it's a change of perspective. The vertical, uniform transmission of knowledge is shifting to a horizontal transmission where the Teacher provides individual support, targets difficulties, helps and stimulates.At the end of the Lesson, the Teacher has a finer, more individualized "map" of skills acquired or not.

Experimenting with a flipped Class as part of a debate on moral and civic education (EMC)

History and geography teacher Arnaud Corrèze has an extensive personal bank of Resources, which he constantly adds to (articles, videos, recordings of broadcasts, etc.).

For the time being, he uses the Blog and the Forum in the Class area for moral and civic education (EMC) sequences and semi-guided history and geography sequences.
Very simply, he produces an article on an EMC debate with one or two short videos, one or two articles of my choice like the following example:

  • Students discover the sequence at the beginning of the hour on the Blog
  • For around 20-25 minutes, they work individually on the documents and can react on the Forum I've created in parallel.
  • For the other half of the hour, we discuss the subject orally
  • Finally, if there's time left over, everyone goes to the Forum and writes up their opinion, or does so for the next time. This Forum can be used at the start of the next Lesson.

I'm doing more and more flipped Class sequences thanks to Sections. The design is pretty quick and I can easily copy or move an article from the Blog to another Course(s). What's more, Sections have unlimited storage space.