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Flipping the Classroom

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Transcript of Flipping the Classroom

What to learn?
What to change?
Flipping the Classroom
by Claudia Acosta
Millennial Student
Improve learning Experience
Today's Education
Experience
Learning Environments
Methodology
Increase learning
Raise Student Satisfaction and Scores
Bloom's Taxonomy
"... for teachers it is being realistic about their [students'] education in the present day for the things that will matter for them, and the rest of us, in the future."
Robert Talbert
PhD. Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan
Least cognitive effort
students get less assistance when the cognitive loads are heavier
The Millennial is the most studied cohort in history

They’re referred to as:
Generation Y,
Nexters,
Baby Boom Echo Generation,
Echo Boomers,
Digital Natives,
Generation Next,
Generation Me.

Millennials are very different
from other generations
Personal Characteristics of the Millennial:
Confident
Tolerant
Unearned sense of entitlement
Narcissist
Reject social conventions
Multi-taskers
Technology natives. Connected 24/7
Can not see the world without Internet
Like entertainment and high quality audio visual material
Like the challenge and security of cyber-games
Want instant gratification
In the traditional Lecture Classroom:
Lower order Knowledge transmission and acquisition occurs inside a room...
...and higher level thinking takes place
Outside the Classroom:
Problem solving,
Application of concepts, and
Inquiry
"The flipped classroom converts the lecture stage into a learning workshop"
During class prepare Engaging Activities such as:
Cooperative learning
Peer Education
Group projects
Discussions
Presentations
Case studies
Teacher mentoring
"The class goes from teacher control of
content to student inquiry and agency"
After watching this presentation you will be able identify the elements of the flipped classroom, why and how it is done, and the benefits for students, teachers and education.
Today's education structure:
Explicit Teaching
Command Style
Teaching by task
Create Video-Lectures using a screen cast app. Assign the video lectures as homework.

The prerecorded videos are accessed by students anywhere anytime
Students have control over the lesson (stop and watch as many times as they need to)
Lessons are divided in "chunks", 15-minute videos had proven most effective
Progress is individualized using a mastery method, once a section is successfully completed, the student will be able to move on
All learning styles and abilities are taken in consideration
"Devoting class time to application of concepts might give instructors a better opportunity to detect errors in thinking"
"An effective flip requires careful preparation"
"The flipped model puts more of the responsibility for learning on the shoulders of students while giving them greater impetus to experiment"
from "7 Things you should not about flipping" EDUCASE
R. Talbert (2011)
Who is flipping?
Miami Central University
University of California Irvine
Middle Tennessee State University
Gran Valley State University
Boston University
Hamline University
University of Northern Colorado
Harvard
MIT
University of California Berkeley
California State University Fullerton
... and the list continues growing
Flipping the Classroom is a methodology that inverts the paradigm of class; delivering lectures outside the class and bringing the homework into the classroom.
Flipping the classroom inverts the lecture and homework paradigm. Lectures are available online in the form of audio visual training programs that are assigned as homework. Class time is used to conduct interactive activities that promote higher order thinking. The teacher goes from being a lecturer to overseeing the learning process that takes place in the classroom. Learning becomes student-centered.
How
people
learn?
Traditional
Class
% of students
bored with
content that is too simple
% of students
disengaged
with content
too difficult
Instructors are Teaching to the middle
% of students
disengaged
with content
too difficult
% of students
bored with
content that is too simple
Heaviest cognitive effort
What to learn?
What to change?
Online benefits:
Anytime, anywhere, on any device access to LMS, Videos, Handouts, Podcast, Reading, and supplemental aids
In class benefits:
Peer collaboration
One-to-one mentoring
Real world problem solving
Inquiry
Understanding
Active Learning
Students are bored and disengaged
Faculty is learning to:

Apply technology in the classroom
Understand learning styles
Adopt new teaching methodologies
Explore new teaching strategies
When you flip
the classroom
Flipped
Class
Today's Education
Experience
assistance
online
in class
assistance
The flipped classroom
makes in-class time valuable by giving students opportunities to practice and apply what they had learned outside the classroom.
Student may also have first hand help, from peers and the instructor, when cognitive loads are more demanding.
Cognitive loads
+ ................... |
Rap of Education 2.0
"El Rap de la Educacion 2.0"
The End
The new learning environment
Known as Blended Learning
Combines the best of two worlds:
in class and online learning
You:
Put students at the center of education
Increase students' self-motivation, engagement and enthusiasm
Learn to use blended methodologies
Understand your audience
and how to enable learning



It is simpler to implement that it may look
Flipping the Classroom puts students in control of their learning
Introduce the New Methodology the First Day of Class:
Explain how the flipped classroom works
Show how to access the online resources
Explain audio visual aids and how they work
Introduce additional online resources
Show students where to find relevant links to expand knowledge
Provide opportunities for students to connect
Tell students what they need to know before they meet in the classroom
During class:
Have plenty of activities planned
Monitor what students are doing
Provide one-on-one on the spot help
Promote and active environment
Let the students express themselves, collaborate, critique and help each other
Divide the class in groups, and expect them to work as a team
Assess individual and group participation
Upturned Classroom
Upturned Classroom
How Is It Done?
How Is It Done?
How Is It Done?
How Flipping the Classroom benefit the Teacher?

Students go prepared to class, they are ready to participate, collaborate, and share, taking and active role in learning
Teachers are able to do those activities that they always wanted to do and had no time for
Classroom time is more productive
The teacher becomes a tutor helping those students that need most attention at the time of greater need
Analytic data, provided by the Learning Management System and/or the Screen cast App Host, provides information regarding the content that needs further inquiry and what needs less or no review
Errors are addressed on the spot, students learn the right material, misconceptions are clarified, knowledge is directed to information that is relevant and accurate
Students should know ahead of time
that the class is being flipped!
The End
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