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Copy of Flipping Learning on it's Head!
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Only for the tech-savy
A way to cover more material
One size fits all
What it isn't?
Student-driven & differentiated
Focused on learning, not grades
Objective based to Mastery
What it should be...
Increase rigor in classroom
Better utilization of time in class
Why I Changed?
What does it look like?
Your own videos
What Students Are Saying...
4 Flipped Models
Tools for Implementation
Lessons Learned So Far . . .
More meaningful class time
Everyone has access (school computers)
Every student, every day_ Face to Face
Students taking responsibility for their learning
Flipped Learning Network
Course: Foundations of Flipped Learning
What It Looked Like Before:
Step 1: Classroom Engagement Activity
Step 2: Explanation at home(the flip)
Step 3: Classroom Application
Looks Like: Inquiry-based activity to grab students & get them thinking about content. Direct instruction via video. Further application/lab the next day in class.
1: Traditional Flip
Step 1: Homework Explanation (the flip)
Step 2: Classroom Application
Looks Like: Students watch videos for HW with guided notes. Class time is for student-centered activities & more practice content.
2: Explore - Flip - Apply
Step 1-2: Engage & Explore are Inquiry-Based
Step 3: Explanation from revisits to videos
Step 4: Elaborate via Project/Lab
Step 5: Evaluation
Looks Like: Students use self-evaluation tools at home(Moodle). Students take responsibility for learning. Evolution of learning process & long-term learning outcomes.
3: Pre-Mastery Flip
Step 1: Engage in Classroom
Step 2: Explore home & in class
Step 3: Explain via Video
Step 4: Elaborate in Classroom
Looks Like: Inquiry-based warm-up. Use technology or lab in-class for further self-exploration of content. Short content at home w/own questions for next class. Application in class.
4: Flipped Mastery
Production (Camera & Computer)
Sharing (Website or YouTube)
Accountability (Guided Notes, Google Docs, One Note)
Progress Village Middle
Magnet School of The Arts
What do you Know
about the Flipped
My Journey . . .
Idea: April, 2012
PD: Summer 2012
1st Implementation: Fall, 2012
Voice & Picture
Tech.-Camtasia 8.0 & Power Point
Keeping It Simple
Absent student (Zip Drives)
"This makes it easier."
"I re-watched the videos before the Midterm."
"I like that there's no 'homework'. The videos are easy. Class is fun."