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FLIPPED CLASSROOM FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Transcript of FLIPPED CLASSROOM FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
DEVELOPMENT Robust infrastructure in place
Survey to understand the needs of participants.
Define what the FCM is
Formation of a team of resource creators
Library of resources
Follow up group session
Regular feedback Guidelines for successful PD using the FCM The School
Moving forward How well did
a training video
meet your need? Survey Results If I need instructional technology training/assistance I prefer... I m aware of the term Flipped classroom Survey Results Differences between video usage in class between teachers who prefer video as an instructional tool Survey results Full implementation of the model is planned for in the future
FCM as approach for teachers in their classrooms
Open up the library of resources to a wider audience
Linking with other educational institutions
Collaborative and successful FCM approach Further Directions Teachers who like learning with video What: The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online outside of class and moving “homework” into the classroom
How: Video training resources are developed/sourced for all training needs. Before requesting assistance, staff are asked to check the TKSLearning site for a video.
Where: The TKSLearning Website The Flipped Classroom Model
FCM Teachers who had taken the time to watch the video prior to the class felt frustrated that they were forced to watch it again during the group sessions.
Teachers also commented that by showing the video, significant time was lost for questioning and practice during the large group session.
The overall feeling of the group was not very positive. Experiences Department of a Division of the King Abdullah University of Science & Technology (KAUST)
Vision to be a high tech school.
Opened the doors on October 5, 2009
Grown from 220 to 970 students in 3 years.
Increase of +/-40 teaching staff each year
1:1 laptops 1-12 (MacBook Pro)
iPads 1:3 in K1 and K2 and Pre-K
SMART boards in all teaching spaces
SMART Tables in K2 and K3
Online systems for curriculum mapping, student reporting, attendance, professional development, professional goal setting, HR, etc.
PYP, MYP and DP accreditation in two and a half years.
CIS and NEASC accreditation underway The School Teachers who do not prefer learning with video firstname.lastname@example.org