To compliment our existing digital learning resources, we have developed brand new flipped classroom lesson plans. This method of teaching allows students to learn new content by watching a video in their own time. Students build their knowledge, attitudes and values by themselves, freeing up class time for hands-on learning. 

 

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Students develop their knowledge about consumption and how it relates to happiness. While working independently, students are to view the video and complete the table below. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the waste or consumption units.

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 seeingthelightwith-biolumnesnce  

Students develop their knowledge about bioluminescence and light. They explore the wonderful world of animals with bioluminescent characteristics. While working independently, students are to view the video and answer the questions on the student worksheet. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons.

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 NRW_flipped  

Students develop their knowledge about consumption and how it relates to happiness by watching a TedTalk. While working independently, students are to view the video and complete the table below. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the waste or consumption units.

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 willyourkidsbeadifferentspecies  

Students develop their knowledge about scientific advances and the future evolution of life on Earth. While working independently, students are to view the following video and complete tables on the student worksheet. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan other environmental art based activities.

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 artvsscience  

Students assess their current knowledge, attitudes and values about art and its relationship to science. While working independently, students are to view one of the following videos and complete tables on the student worksheet. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan other environmental art based activities.

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 flippedbio  

Students develop their knowledge about biodiversity and how the conservation of species is vital to human survival. While working independently, students are to view the video and complete the table below. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the biodiversity units. 

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 howdobeeshelpplants  

Students develop their knowledge about importance of bees to our food systems and to our environment. While working independently, students are to view the video and complete the table below. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the biodiversity or consumption units.

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 insideanantarctic  

This lesson provides the opportunity for students to explore/build their current knowledge, attitudes and values about climate change and Antarctica. While working independently, students are to view the video and complete the questions on the student worksheet. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the climate change or Arctic and Antarctica units.

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 rewildingourworld

 

Students develop their knowledge about food chains, trophic cascade and rewilding by viewing a TedTalk. While working independently, students are to view the following video and complete tables on the student worksheet. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan other environmental art based activities.

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tuningintoclimatechange

 

Students develop their knowledge of climate change and how human activity is adding to the enhanced greenhouse effect. While working independently, students are to view the video and complete the table below. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the Earth Hour unit.

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whyaren'tweusingmoresolar  

Students build their understanding of solar energy and the benefits of relying on a non-fossil fuel energy sources. While working independently, students are to view the video and answer the questions on the student worksheet. Teachers will also gain insight from students’ responses which can be used to plan follow-up lessons from the energy units.

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