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FTTC / Class Time Reconsidered

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Class Time Reconsidered
Your sister calls to say she’s having twins. Which of the following is more likely? (Assume she’s not having identical twins.)

A. Twin boys
B. Twin girls
C. One boy and one girl
D. All are equally likely.
"Prams," Rich Brooks, Flickr (CC-BY)
The Flipped Classroom
"Flexible Space" (flipped), Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC)
"HULK FLIP CLASSROOM ONCE! UNIVERSITY NOT HAPPY ABOUT STRUCTURAL DAMAGE TO BUILDING!"
November 2012 - http://is.gd/3wnKov
First Exposure
Practice & Feedback
Further Exploration
Example #1:
Derek Bruff,
Mathematics
Example #2:
Mark Sample,
English
http://is.gd/UysVYk
Not a new idea.
A relatively new term.
Lage, M. J., Platt, G. J., & Treglia, M. (2000). Inverting the classroom: A gateway to creating an inclusive learning environment. Journal of Economic Education, 31(1), 30-43.
J. Wesley Baker. "The "Classroom Flip": Using Web Course Management Tools to Become the Guide by the Side" Selected Papers from the 11th International Conference on College Teaching and Learning (2000): 9-17.
How can we make the most of the relatively limited time we have with our students during class?
(Before Class)
(During Class)
(After Class)
"Not Smelling the Roses," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC-BY-NC)
First Exposure
Walvoord & Anderson (2009)
Practice & Feedback
Further Exploration
Screencasts
Textbooks
"Little Shredder," clappstar, Flickr (CC)
"Spiral out, keeping going," Tawcan, Flickr (CC)
Key Principles
Mental Models
Scaffolding
"Look Right," Derek Bruff, Instagram
“College Halls," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC)
Peer Instruction
Formative Assessment
"Macbook X-Ray," Pipeapple, Flickr (CC)
Key Principles
All Skate
"Skates," marythom, Flickr (CC)
Margaret Rubega's Story: http://is.gd/KbKhFO
Birdwatching + Twitter
See also: http://is.gd/T2kybD
And this: http://is.gd/0s55se
Local Histories
Larry Cebula, Eastern Washington U.: http://is.gd/b7w66i
Update: http://is.gd/ifu1DE
Cynthia Cyrus, Vanderbilt U.: http://is.gd/44hZkP
Wikipedia Entries
Key Principles
Transfer
During Class
Before Class
After Class
Traditional
Approach
Studio
Approach
Flipped Approach
Consider a topic or module you teach. Which of these three approaches would make the most of class time?
Derek Bruff / derekbruff.org / @derekbruff
Vanderbilt University Center for Teaching

"The Future of Education," Steve Jurvetson, Flickr (CC)
Sal Khan
Investigations
Research Papers
Multimodal Projects
My Favorite Educational Technology
"Wheels on Chairs," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC)
Authentic Audiences
"Center of Attention," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC)
Bass & Elmendorf (2010)
"Level Two," Derek Bruff, Flickr (CC-BY-NC)
http://is.gd/q7Kg4g
Readings / Videos
Hands-On Activities
A:
Readings / Videos
Hands-On Activities
B:
Schneider, Wallace, Blikstein, & Pea (2013)
Order Matters
So why all the fuss?
Brian Griffith, Human & Org. Dev.: http://is.gd/UBYDru
Campus Solutions
What is challenging about using class time for practice and feedback?
More #birdclass tweets: http://is.gd/2sWdGf
What are 5-6 technologies you have used or seen used in teaching contexts?
Your sister calls to say she’s having twins. Which of the following is more likely? (Assume she’s not having identical twins.)

A. Twin boys
B. Twin girls
C. One boy and one girl
D. All are equally likely.
"Prams," Rich Brooks, Flickr (CC)
Twin #1
Twin #2
Boy
Girl
Girl
Girl
Boy
Boy
Twin girls
One of each
One of each
Twin boys
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
50%
(25%)
(50%)
(25%)
(25%)
(25%)
Times for Telling
Schwartz & Bransford (1998)
Photos by Kat Keller, Flickr (CC BY)
Debate Maps
Derek's Story: http://derekbruff.org/?p=3143
Simulations
https://reacting.barnard.edu/
References
Ambrose, S., et al. (2010).
How learning works: Seven research-based principles for smart teaching
. Jossey-Bass.
Bruff. (2009).
Teaching with classroom response systems: Creating active learning environments
. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass.
Calder, L. (2006). Uncoverage: Toward a signature pedagogy for the history survey.
Journal of American History
, 92(4), 1358-1370.
Cordray, D., Harris, T., & Klein, S. (2009). A research synthesis of the effectiveness, replicability, and generality of the VaNTH challenge-based instructional modules in bioengineering.
Journal of Engineering Education
, 98, 335-348.
Fagen, Crouch, & Mazur. (2002). Peer instruction: results from a range of classrooms.
The Physics Teacher
, 40(4), 206-209.
Freeman, S., et al. (2014). Active learning increases student performance in science, engineering, and mathematics.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Science
, 111(23), 8410-8415.
Seymore, E., & Hewitt, N. (2000).
Talking about leaving: Why undergraduates leave the sciences
. Westview Press.
Page, S. (2008).
The difference: How the power of diversity creates better groups, firms, schools, and societies.
Princeton University Press.
Parrott, H. M., & Cherry, E. (2011). Using structured reading groups to facilitate deep learning.
Teaching Sociology
. 39(4), 354-370.
Schneider B., Wallace J., Pea, R. & Blikstein P. (2013). Preparing for future learning with a tangible user interface: The case of neuroscience.
IEEE Transactions on Learning Technologies
.
Schwartz, D. L., & Bransford, J. D. (1998). A time for telling.
Cognition and Instruction
, 16(4), 475–522.
Guided Practice
Robert Talbert, Mathematics: http://is.gd/l1mt7y
Representation Grids
Drawing + Cell Phones
Derek's Story: http://derekbruff.org/?p=1894
Timelines + Tiki-Toki
Ole Molvig, History, Vanderbilt U.: http://is.gd/2d1dmu
Infographics
Derek's Story: http://derekbruff.org/?p=2118
Structured Reading Groups
Discussion leader
Passage master
Devil's advocate
Creative connector
Reporter
Parrott & Cherry (2011)
Peer Instruction
In-Class Blogging
Humberto Garcia, English
http://is.gd/jFyCgz
"You have to really do your homework. Otherwise, you're going to get crushed."
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