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Flipping Your Classroom

Transforming Standard Classrooms From Boring to Brilliant!
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Mandi O'Mara

on 13 February 2013

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Transcript of Flipping Your Classroom

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6/21/2012 Presented By: Mandi O'Mara Teachers record and post video lectures in lieu of lecturing in class. Go From.... To.... What is a Flipped Classroom? Supporters Say: No internet? No Problem! The Gist A short introduction to one of the hottest topics in education. iPods Rule! Aaron Sams is one of the leading "Flippers"... http://edudemic.com/2012/12/what-is-a-flipped-classroom-updated-for-2012/ Videos can be accessed in a variety of ways that do not have to include the internet. Students view video lectures at home on their computers or mobile devices. Students spend class time actively working as opposed to passively sitting through lectures. More one on one time with the teacher Critics Say... Do students really need MORE screen time or MORE homework? Jump Drives iPods Bluetooth sync DVDs Students learn at their own pace Encourages mastery learning Levels the playing field Addresses absenteeism Students teach students Involves parents Who is getting rich? What if the student doesn't watch the videos? What about real-time interaction between the teacher and students during lectures? Questions? Welcome Back! Thanks for coming! Have a great semester! An example of what NOT to do... Try this instead...
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