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To Flip or Not To Flip

The Flipped Classroom
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Janet Austin

on 28 August 2013

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Transcript of To Flip or Not To Flip

To Flip or Not To Flip?
Flipping Your Classroom
Need more reasons to flip?
Bloom's Taxonomy
What is the
flipped classroom?


The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods...

Cater for student learning speeds
Important info can be reviewed
Absentees
Homework too difficult
An expert available at the time they need it
Students practice and apply with you
We will......
- explain what is a flipped classroom
- show examples of a 'flipped' lesson
- identify possible resources to help you


Example of a Kindergarten Flip:
453 teachers
who flipped their classrooms,:
67%
reported increased test scores
benefits for students in advanced placement classes and with special needs
80%
reported improved student attitudes
99%
said they would flip their classrooms again next year (Flipped Learning Network, 2012).

Clintondale High School in Michigan: failure rate of its 9th grade math students drop from
44% to 13%

(Finkel, 2012).
The Video:

Home: School:

..... to delivering instruction online outside the classroom and moving the 'homework' into the classroom
Why Flip your classroom?
How did it come to be?
In 2007, 2 high school teachers in
Colorado starting with PowerPoint
recording their lectures.
At Home:

They ask questions
Summarize material
Watch videos
Listen to podcasts
Copy online notes
Find appropriate websites
Lower level worksheets
At School:
Evaluation of other people's answers
Debates / mock trials
Practicals / Experiments
Practical write ups
Critiquing of reports
Higher level worksheets
Problem solving
Discussion
Ask questions
Summarize
Copy notes
Pause, rewind and rewatch
Watch videos
Listen to audio
Read
Answer questions
Application can be shown
Research
Work in groups
Collaborate
Provide one to one
What the Research says:
Want to try flipping your classroom?
Things to remember:
Start off small - one video a week
Videos should be 5 - 10 minutes in length
Be prepared - videos take longer to prepare in the beginning
Teach the students to use to technology
Technology:
Create the video
Access the video
Student Accountability
Pre-made videos:
Teaching Channel
Khan Academy
SchoolTube
YouTube
Creating your videos...
knowmia
Ask3
Educreation
ScreenChop
Show Me
Accessing the videos...
Accountability
http://ipadapps4school.com/2013/03/28/5-free-ipad-apps-for-creating-video-lessons-aka-flipped-classroom-lessons/
Edmodo
Edublogs
Lino
Classroom website
Blackboard
Moodle
Remind101
email
GoogleForms
post questions on blog
worksheet
videnot.es
Lino post-it
Questions....
Janet Austin
Sharing the video URL
Find the video you want to share
Copy the URL
Paste on your site
Flipped Learning
is not... is....
just a video
teacher centered
large group instruction
any particular learning tool
student centered
individualized instruction
http://edublogs.misd.net/summercamp
/
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