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The Flipped Classroom
Transcript of The Flipped Classroom
Flipping your current lessons:
Creating flipped lessons:
Video in Video
First Grade Teacher at Shallowford Falls Elementary
iSi Certified Independent Contractor/Speaker
KSU Graduate (B.S. and M.Ed. with Leadership)
Lover of technology in the classroom
Lives in Woodstock, Georgia
Contact Info: Chelsea.McConnell@cobbk12.org
We are here to create life-long learners!
Vision: "If you want to build a ship, don't drum up people to collect wood and don't assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea."
-Antoine de Saint-Exupery
Today we will:
Collaboratively research the term “The Flipped Classroom”
Review a list of resources that you can use to flip your classroom
Explore several of these resources/tools
Create and share!
At this time, please be sure that you have the following Apps installed on your iPad:
What is the "Flipped Classroom"?
The Flipped Classroom Continued...
Bergmann and Sams, who began flipping their classrooms in 2007, define flipping the classroom as a mindset that directs attention away from teachers and puts it squarely on the students and their learning.
“Every teacher who has chosen to flip does so differently.” Bergmann states, “You see, there is no ONE way to flip a class and in this lies one of the great strengths of this methodology.”
1) Transfers the ownership of the learning to the students
2) Personalizes learning for all students
3) Gives teachers time to explore deeper learning opportunities and pedagogies with their students; makes learning (not teaching) the center of the classroom; maximizes the face to face time in the classroom.
The Flipped Classroom
“Flip teaching or a flipped classroom is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teachers offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students,instead of lecturing.”
Resources for Flipping The Classroom
Now it's your turn!
You get to create your own Flipped Lesson!!!
What can you take away?
What is The Flipped Classroom?
What tools and resources can I use to help me create lessons for The Flip?
How can I create a Flipped Lesson?
What is your interpretation of
The Flipped Classroom?
Get into groups and research The Flipped Classroom.
Come up with ideas about how you would describe The Flip and how you could use it in your classroom.
Time to Share!!!
From a Teacher's Perspective...
More Online Resources:
Partner or Small Group
Choose a specific subject and topic
Lesson Outline: Include resources/tools used and classroom set up
Pros/Cons of The Flip
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