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Flipped Classroom - Bergado

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Romar Bergado

on 18 January 2017

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Transcript of Flipped Classroom - Bergado

Given an hour of class, how much time is allocated for the following?

A. Students listening to teacher: __________
B. Students working together: __________
C. Students working independently: __________
The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online outside of class and moving "homework" into the classroom.
How it came to be?
What Teachers do?
Integrating Technology to make the
best use of the face-to-face time
we have with our students
Teachers record their lecture
on video.
Share the video lecture-discussion online or directly to students' devices and make it as an homework.
Teacher Centered to Learner Centered
Passive Learners to Active Learners
Lower Order Thinking to HOTS
What students do at home?
Take notes and copy examples.
Watch the video discussion.
Create a 5 -8 sentences about main points.
Answer guide questions in complete sentences.
Ask a question to teacher or classmate.
What students do in class?

Review WSQ
Talk about important parts.
Discuss answers in small groups.
Work on practice problem as a group.
What's good thing about flipped classroom?
Students can pause, play, rewind and re-watch lessons.
Students can access the content for their class anytime, anywhere and on any device.
Every student is

It's not always the right instructional
choice, it's only one tool in our
toolbox. But it can be a powerful one.
You can be a good teacher and never use technology, and technology won't run a bad teacher into a good one. However, a good teacher who uses technology well can make great things happen!
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