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Flipped Classroom Model

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Transcript of Flipped Classroom Model

Flipped Classroom Model
NCCE 2015

Developing a Flipped Online Classroom
Oregon Virtual Academy-
North Bend SD

Aaron Cooke
Elizabeth Dowell
Tim Batiuk
Jamie Voelker

Who uses flipped?
Teachers across the globe now use flipped.

Any subject, any age, any lesson.


Before the
lesson begins

What do the activities
accomplish?
Students work
at their own pace
Students arrive
'front-loaded'
and prepared
Class time is dedicated to
student demonstration
What flipping is:
How did it start?
Teachers recording regular class sessions for missing students.

Many students found them helpful.
Videos
Engaging, effective, & accessible
ORVA teachers record our starter videos
2-minute demonstration
Interactive Websites
Science and Math simulations from PhET at the University of Colorado:
https://phet.colorado.edu/
Why flip?
Shifts
valuable class time
from
Google Docs & Forms
Teacher Implementation
Technology
Accountability
Messaging
Student Demonstrations
The Virtual Classroom
Intro Activity
After the Lesson
Content Standard
Lesson
Google Apps
Student Blogs or Journals
Videos
Voice Recording
Art Based Creations
Receiving Student Work
delivery of
content
application of
knowledge
Inspires student
independence and
advocacy
Promotes engagement
and accountability
What flipping is NOT:
A method to help teachers
and students succeed
Replacing teachers
with videos
Blackboard Collaborate
Student
Teacher
File Sharing
Email
Teacher Web pages
Thank you for attending our presentation.


Questions
Visit our NCCE 2015 OneNote page
for links to all resources.
Handout / graphic organizer
Keep it free and accessible!

Examples:
Jing
Google Drive
Khan Academy
TedEd
Google Forms pre-assessment
Communicate regularly & early!
Give a
static location
to access all starter activities
Build in a
student response
to the starter activity
Use self-reporting when class begins
Incentivize
starter activity completion
Expect the best!
Process evolved
to content driven
,
student controlled
videos.
Flipping isn't just for the classroom!


It can also be used for
Professional Development
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