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The flipped classroom April 2013

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aziza ellozy

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THE FRAMEWORK Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D "With 60 Minutes touting it as "the future of education," and backing coming from tech industry giants like Bill Gates, Khan Academy and the concept of the flipped classroom have been brought to the forefront of the education reform debate." Revised Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Levels LEARNING Transmission
of knowledge (Lectures...) Level of cognitive skills Revised Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Levels ASSIMILATION
OF KNOWLEDGE (Lectures, reading…) Revised Bloom's Taxonomy of Cognitive Levels LEARNING Transmission
of knowledge Assimilation
of knowledge Outside
of Class In Class In Class Outside
Classroom Aziza Ellozy Founding Director,
Center for Learning and Teaching
Associate Dean, Learning technologies
April 2013 RATIONALE HOW DOES THE FLIP CLASSROOM WORK? The flipped classroom model "Arizona schools flipping
homework, lectures" Before Class No single model
Any class structure that provides
prerecorded lectures (or readings) at home
followed by in-class exercises Will this work for you? Lectures: 15-20 minutes
multiple lectures
of 5-7 minutes each Benefits? Challenges? Scaffold TECHNOLOGY NEEDED ? grade/assessment During Class brainstorming concept tests problem solving debate
preparation concept mapping discussion group activity quizzes
formative or evaluative peer review short lecture WHAT IS ALL THE HYPE SURROUNDING THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM? Simply put... Let's Reflect Challenges? Challenges? Challenges? Benefits? Benefits? Benefits? ..."the problem with the flipped classroom is that the major focus is on the didactic presentation of information" ..."the use of video lectures needs to fall within a larger framework of learning activities – within more established models of learning" It provides a sequence of learning activities based on the learning theories and instructional models of Experiential Learning Cycles Best Practice An example case studies Clear list of tasks A clear list of tasks What? How? iTunes U Some Resources www.merlot.org www.khanacademy.org/ www.openculture.com/ www.apple.com/education/itunes-u itunes.stanford.edu/ itunes.berkeley.edu www.harvard.edu/itunes itunes.ox.ac.uk/
etc PEER INSTRUCTION Students learn a great deal by explaining their ideas to others

They develop skills when they work collaboratively with others, giving and receiving feedback and evaluating their own learning. Pre-class preparation
Reading quiz
Concept tests***
Instructor does very little “lecturing” Compare Answer individually at first
Then consult with your neighbor and answer again Has shown that In a nutshell, it entails... ACTIVITY Describe what a flipped classroom would look like in the context of a class you are teaching Evidence based teaching

Engage students' prior understanding
Conceptual framework and factual knowledge
Meta-cognition (self-monitoring) Revised
Taxonomy ERIC MAZUR Take a minute What is your present understanding of a "flipped" classroom Modern Precursor :1990s Old idea? Literature classes Law schools Dr Singer, AUC Research conference, 2013
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