The inverted Class with Skolengo!

Published on February 1, 2021 by Laure - Updated on 14 mai 2024 à 12H01

Skolengo makes flipped Class easy. Find out more about our features and read our users' testimonials.

What is the flipped classroom?

The principle is simple: students receive written or video courses at home, using online resources. Instead of doing their homework, they watch them at home and prepare for the next day's lesson with their teacher: hence the name "flipped classroom".

According to teaching specialists, the flipped classroom system is beneficial for both students and teachers. Taking the Course(s) home enables dynamic learning by the Student, who remembers the lesson better. By returning to the classroom, students can receive more tailored support according to their individual needs.

For Teachers, Teaching is evolving. As the students have learned the course at home, the teacher can adapt the exercises according to the students' difficulties or strengths. Thanks to the flipped classroom, parents can also play an active role in their children's learning.

Our users have already experienced the flipped classroom with Skolengo

Classe inversée pratique innovante
Classe inversée pratique innovante

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

I'm doing more and more inverted classroom sequences thanks to the Sections on the Skolengo platform. The design is pretty quick and I can easily copy or move an article from the Blog to another Lesson(s). What's more, there's unlimited storage space in the Sections.

Arnaud Corrèze, certified history and geography teacher at a High school (54)

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How do you prepare students for microscope use in the flipped Classroom?

The use of the inverted Class frees up time in the SVT classroom for manipulating. And I can see immediately (and before the Lesson) which students seem to be having difficulty, so I can individualize the work I suggest to them BEFORE they arrive in class. The inverted Class also enables me to see which points of the lesson have been mostly understood and which still need to be reviewed in greater depth.

Christelle Jacquemin, SVT teacher in a Secondary school (57)

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Classe inversée microscope avec Skolengo
Classe inversée microscope avec Skolengo

Features that make it easy to set up a flipped Class

With Skolengo, teachers can easily set up a flipped Class. Many of the solution's features make it easy to implement this practice.
The Teaching binder enables Teachers to prepare activities with rich content: images, audio content, videos, exercises. Students can then study the content and discuss it with their Teacher in Class.

Teachers can also use the Blog to develop a topic by integrating text, images and videos. By giving students access, they can then interact with the Teacher by publishing content themselves. Students can also set up their own blog to store all their work done in class or at home, enabling teachers to consult and Grade their Pieces of work directly on the ENT.

With the Forms in the form of multiple-choice questions, the Teacher has an almost instantaneous view of the level and achievements of the Students. This means they can adapt their courses accordingly, and differentiate their teaching accordingly.

The Pad is also an interesting tool for developing collaborative writing and keeping a written record of work.

Fonctionnalités classe inversée avec Skolengo
Fonctionnalités classe inversée avec Skolengo

The Skolengo ENT offers a wide range of functions for developing inverted Class. Each Teacher is free to set up his or her own practice, choosing the features best suited to his or her approach.