A flipped classroom is one where students are introduced to content at home, and practice working through it at school. In this blended learning approach, face-to-face interaction is mixed with independent study via technology. Students watch pre-recorded videos at home, then come to school to do the homework armed with questions and at least some background knowledge.
Google Classrooms aim to simplify the creation, distribution and grading of academic material in a paperless way. Students can be invited to join a class, where they can learn, collaborate and submit work to be graded by teachers.
The school integrates all the departments, processes and functions by consolidating all relevant information on a secure central server, which helps in better sharing of information and its retrieval. All academic data is also streamlined on a dashboard, wherein the progress of the
students can be mapped and the school management can take prompt decisions.
Created by experts, Khan Academy’s library of trusted, standards-aligned practice and lessons help students practice at their own pace, first filling in gaps in their understanding and then accelerating their learning. With Khan Academy, teachers can identify gaps in their students’ understanding, tailor instruction, and meet the needs of every student.
Adobe provides a unique platform to teachers for creating content that is engaging and fruitful. The rich resources and tools available to teachers and students alike, make it a beneficial addition to the school’s processes.