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CERRITOS COLLEGE - CTX - Flipped Classroom

Presentation for 2/28/13 Cerritos College CTX workshop
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Crystal Kirch

on 24 February 2013

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Transcript of CERRITOS COLLEGE - CTX - Flipped Classroom

Cerritos College CTX workshop
Presented by: Crystal Kirch Flip Your Class! What is Flipped Learning? How would you
flip YOUR class? What's happening now? Final Thoughts
Q & A 9 tips for making great videos (Bergmann & Sams)
Keep it short
1-1.5 minutes per grade level
single objective (one topic = one video)
Animate your voice
Voice Inflection
Relax and be yourself (gets easier with time)
Create the video with another teacher
Conversation-style, dialogue
Teachers working together makes it easier when beginning
Add humor
Don’t be afraid to be wacky and add jokes (short)
Don’t waste your students’ time
Keep to your topic
Add annotations
pen annotations (if using PowerPoint)
Add callouts
Text
Images
Zoom in and out
Focuses student
Keep it copyright friendly
Check if you are concerned flips Focus of class time flipped from
Teacher to Student Teacher is not standing up front lecturing or giving direct instruction
Student is not sitting passively in their seat listening and taking notes Using technology to time-shift direct instruction so your face-to-face time with your students can be focused on... your students! Focus of class time flipped from
Lower-Order Thinking (LOT) to
Higher-Order Thinking (HOT) Individual learning space:
Remembering
Understanding
Group learning space:
Applying
Analyzing
Evaluating
Creating Using technology to time-shift direct instruction so your face-to-face time with your students can be focused on deepening understanding, making connections, and mastering concepts Responsibility for learning flipped
from Teacher to Student Students become
active learners
engaged daily in learning
involved in the process of learning
No passivity in class time! Using technology to time-shift direct instruction so your face-to-face time with your students can be focused on students actively participating in their learning WSQ Watch Summarize Question Content
Reflection
Open Summary
Guided Summary Watch video
Read Article
Access other resources Pose a question to bring to class for discussion How would you FLIP it? What do students do:
Before
During
After
class time to aid in
their learning and
deepen understanding? What will students do
Before
During
After
class time to aid in their learning and deepen understanding? How will you FLIP your class time so it is:
Focused on the student and their needs
Focused on HOT activities
Giving responsibility for learning to the student? Get Connected Connect with me:
blog - flippingwithkirch.blogspot.com
class websites -
kirchalgebra1.blogspot.com
kirchmathanalysis.blogspot.com
twitter - @crystalkirch
email - flippingwithkirch@gmail.com Follow-up Support Use the discussion board on TalonNet
Get connected on Twitter
Share what you are doing on a Teaching Blog flippedlearningjournal.org
“For beginners” page
flippedclassroom.org - ning
#flipclass on Twitter
Sophia.org course - Flipped Class Certification Time for a WSQ chat!
Structured Discussion
Whole Class, Small Group, Partners
Purpose:
Review material
Discuss key concepts
Ask and answer questions bit.ly/CTXnow bit.ly/CTXlesson bit.ly/CTXlesson Flipped Learning is not successful because of video tutorials...

...rather because of the design of the teacher

~Brian Bennett
Flipped Learning Educator from Indiana
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