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Flipped Learning

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Laura Bradley

on 15 November 2014

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Transcript of Flipped Learning

Introduction to
Common
flipping
questions...
Here is one example of a day in a
flipped
classroom...
1) Is there something currently carried
out
during class time
:
in a whole
group
that does not require the
teacher
to be physically present
AND is
not enhanced
by being
conducted as a whole class?
Join a
Flipped
community:
Flipped on
Facebook:
Record your own lessons:
Jing
Camtasia
Present.me
TEDEd
Screencast-O-Matic
VoiceThread
Prezi
Google Presentation
SlideRocket
What is
flipped
learning?
In a
flipped
classroom:
students take
responsibility
for their own learning.
the teacher is not the "sage on the stage", but the
"guide
on the side".
content is permanently
archived
for review or remediation.
all students are
engaged
in their learning.
all students can get a
personalized
education.
If it is
done well
,
flipping can increase
interaction
and personalized
contact
time
between students
and teachers.
Why
should I
flip?
When/what
should I
flip?
How
can I
flip?
Take advantage of pre-recorded lessons:
Eduvision's
Flipped

Learning
network
Learning4Mastery
's YouTube channel
Flipped
Coach
.com
Explania.com
2) can it be shifted
out
of the classroom
by leveraging
technology?
If you
answered
Think of one
specific
lesson
and ask yourself
these questions...
3) Can a more
effective
learning activity
replace
it?
to all
3
questions,
you ought to try
flipping

that lesson.
Use the flipped model to create a
student-centered
classroom. Get students
actively
engaging in the learning process in the classroom where
you
(the expert)

are available.
Do more:
labs, experiments, and fieldwork
creative writing assignments
collaborative research projects
acting, dramatic readings
project based learning
artwork
reenactments
debates
model construction
(from CatlinTucker.com, English teacher in Winsdor)
"The
Flipped
Classroom is an intentional
shift
of content, which in turn helps move students back to the
center
of learning rather than the
products
of schooling."
(from leading flipped educators on http://www.thedailyriff.com/articles/the-flipped-class-manifest-823.php)
#Flipped
on Twitter
Flipped Learning
Ning
Bad teaching,
flipped,

is still
bad teaching...
Do they just
watch videos
for homework?
Flipped on

Pinterest
No. They need to
engage
with
the content.
What if they don't have the
technology
at home?
flash drives
DVDs
iPods, smart phones
dumb phones? micro SD cards
computer lab
Crystal Kirch:
high school math
2nd year
flipper
Homework =
WSQ
watch
summarize
question
What about flipping
4th
grade?
http://goo.gl/W8gox
Life is too
short.

Stop
repeating
yourself.
Flip
your classroom!
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