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Flipping Your Early Childhood Classroom
Transcript of Flipping Your Early Childhood Classroom
Can be videos already created online
KIDS can create the videos
Higher level thinking in class
More teacher time
Time to differentiate
Flipping: Notes and Benefits
Videos Waiting for You
What If You Don’t Like Being Recorded?
Create a USEFUL Screencast using one of the tools we investigated.
Investigate Pros and Cons
Screencast-o-Matic- Recommended Desktop Site
Screencastify- Recommended Chrome Extension
Let’s Get Started!
Students get a story with all of the words in context
Students make predictions in class about what the words mean
At home, they watch the teachers video and comment, maybe with another video http://www.fotobabble.com/m/RkN2SkluTHR6M3c9
The next day is a more in depth class lesson
Sample Vocabulary Lesson
Get the most out of class time
Engage the students
Addresses needs of students at all levels
What IS a Flipped Classroom?
Why should we consider this?
What do you know about the Flipped Classroom?
http://video.ted.com/talk/podcast/2011/None/SalmanKhan_2011.mp4 Khan Academy, TED Talks
Check out this Flipped Faculty Meeting http://weprincipal.blogspot.com/2012/08/flipped-faculty-meeting-2012.html?m=1
Want More Information?
Video Resources Symbaloo
Flip and Engage
What is the difference?
What is it?
Four Pillars of Flipped Learning
We Gather Here Today…
Learning New Words
Hillside Board of Education
September 6, 2017
Flipping Your Classroom
How do you think this was made?
What planning was involved?
Get a list of the words
Fill in the blanks in the little word book
Use them in sentences
Day 1. Students get a story with all of the words in context
*Students make predictions in class about what the words mean
Day 1 PM- At home, they watch the teachers video and comment, maybe with another video
Day 2- The next day is a more in depth class lesson
Which one do you
What do we
need to achieve
Plenty of Options!
A video you screencasted
A Smartboard recording
A video hosted online
The lesson you want to share
A place to host it