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Transcript of Flipped Classrooms
Students learn at different rates.
Students do not all "catch the same pieces of information" from the lesson, even though they may be "present."
Students miss school for a variety of reasons, missing critical learning opportunities...
Resulting in incomplete learning, poor homework completion, lower levels of mastery, poor grades.
Responsibility for Learning now in the hands of the students as well as the teacher.
Face to Face time flipped from teacher-focused to student-focused
Focus of class time flipped from
What "flipping" enables teachers to do
What "flipping" enables students to do
Students can truly
learn at their own pace
...pause, rewind and re-watch lessons
for their class
they can (WWW);
in class (through peer discussions), allowing
teachers to spend more time with each student
...explaining or extending the learning.
What do students do now at home and how can I keep them accountable for begin prepared?
W S Q
What is the best use of a teacher's face time?
What do students think?
21st Century Highway...
The Pathway to Engagement
The WHY...For Teachers
Teachers spend too much valuable instruction time going over homework or yesterday's lesson, instead of...
giving students time to practice on their own with support.
Teachers being released from the "giver and knower of all things" to "facilitator, guide, questioner, and one who challenges" students to own their learning.
Outside of class
(videos, podcasts, articles, web)
(teacher & peer discussion with support)
Students are in charge of their learning!
Students watch a video or read an article and take Guided Notes.
One example is the SSS or Student Success Packet.
Students do "TWIRLS" everyday
How can we give students more responsibility for their learning?
What lower-level activities can be moved outside of the classroom?
What do we want students to do more of in class?
You can be a good teacher and never use technology and technology won't turn a bad teacher into a good one. However, a good teacher who uses technology can make great things happen!
- Rushton Hurley
Director, Assessment & Instructional Technology
CVUSD Leadership Conference
Flipped Learning Video