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Flipped Classroom

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Transcript of Flipped Classroom

Math
Science
Foreign Language
Podcasts
Grammar
Watch lesson, fill in notes, and complete questions designed to gauge
comprehension.
They are ready
to start their experiment in class
right away.
The video walks students through the set-up of the equipment for their experiment and gets them started on their pre-lab report.
Labs used to take this teacher 2 class days - now they only take 1!
Students come to class with the passive learning out of the way, ready to actively engage with and apply the concepts.
Literature
Students learn about the elements of plot, including important terminology at home.
Now students are ready to work collaboratively in groups diagramming the plots of familiar fairy tales.
"I greet them at the door of the classroom and engage them immediately with the skill and then have a small assessment on their oral comprehension of the concept."
Band
"By having my older students make the videos, they get a chance to connect with the younger students, and it gives the younger students a more authentic experience when their older peers instruct them."
More advanced students create
instructional videos for beginners!
History
Students watch Screencasts
at home with guiding questions to
help them focus on key historical
elements.
Andrew Jackson: Hero or Villain?
Class time is used for discussion,
debate, games, individual activities, and guided group projects.
Students come to class with questions, and these questions inform the direction of the lesson in class.
Learning in class is differentiated.
Students select their path from the
class GoogleSite.
GoogleForm
Student Notes
Online textbook tutorial
GoogleSite
Worksheet
When students enter the classroom, the teacher already knows how well they understand the topic and can differentiate instruction based on this data.
Videos made using screencasting
and interactive WhiteBoard or tablet.
Video
Notes
Class
Activity
Video
Pre-lab report
Class Work
Video
Notes
Assessment
Graphics from:
https://sites.google.com/a/sgis.org/flipped-classroom1/home
"I love language podcasts because the kids can go to iTunes, download a free podcast in minutes, and listen to it on their phones or computers!"
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