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CEC 2014 - Flipped Over, Learning in a Co-Taught Classroom
Transcript of CEC 2014 - Flipped Over, Learning in a Co-Taught Classroom
What is the main goal of a Co-Taught classroom?
What is a Flipped Class?
Simply stated, a flipped classroom is designed so the instruction is received at home, and the homework, or extension activities, are conducted in the classroom.
How is this helpful in a co-taught class?
The terms used to describe flipped learning are the same terms used to help special education students in the co-teaching setting
Co-Teaching at its best
Dr. Marilyn Friend and Lynne Cook identifies Co-Teaching as:
Learning is “flipped” from the teacher’s hands to the students’ hands.
Teachers find videos on the internet OR create screencasts of their lessons and upload them to an internet site, so that students can view the lessons at home
How is this possible?
Learning Management Systems
Project based learning
A specific service delivery option based on collaboration.
As a service delivery option, co-teaching is designed to meet the educational needs of students with diverse learning options.
Students at all academic levels benefit from alternative assignments and greater teacher attention in small group activities that co-teaching makes possible. (2000)
Do-Now: reinforces the skills learned in the video for HW
Questioning techniques – open-ended/ closed
Peer Questioning: Allows for risk-free questions
Guided notes for videos
IEP Goals:Reading Comprehension: Current events articles
Small group instruction- to reinforce concepts, re-teach vocabulary, etc
Station model activities
Bergmann, J., & Sams, A. (2012). Flip your classroom: Reach every student in every class every day. Washington, DC: ISTE; and Alexandria, VA: ASCD.
Friend, Marilyn and Cook, Lynne (2003). Interactions: Collaboration Skills for School Professionals, 7/E. Pearson, Dominguez Hills, CA, 2012.
Goodwin, B., & Miller, K. (2013). Research Says/Evidence on Flipped Classrooms is Still Coming In. ASCD: Educational Leadership, Vol. 70, No.6.
Flipped Learning: Visual Aide
Mike Stano - firstname.lastname@example.org
Ali Moss - email@example.com
2007 - Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams
"Flip Your Classroom, Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day"
1990 - Eric Mazur
computer aided peer instruction
2004 - Salman Khan
2012 Speak Up National Research Project 3% of teachers know about it.
What do Students Think?
Do you like watching Screencasts?
17 - yes
0 - no
Why do you like or not like watching screencasts?
"...because it is all of our notes in a video"
"...I know what we are learning about"
"...being able to pause and rewind
Do you feel the screencasts help you do better in class compared to other classes where you don't have them?
14 - yes
3 - (yes and no)
0 - no
Any other comments about the class so far this year?
3 students "...visuals on everything"
3 students "It's easier than listening in class, because you can go back and review them"
"If you lose your notes you can go back and copy them again"
Improved learning and classroom performance
Time to reach "all" students
Has it Worked?
Figure 1. - Average midterm grades for Flipped and Non Flipped classroom model. Non Flipped Model grades span school years 08/09 to 12/13. Flipped Model 13/14 school year. Similar format Midterm for all school years. Same Instructors and curriculum all years. Std. Deviation 10.7 for Students with Disabilities, Std. Deviation of 13.7 for General Ed students.
Figure 2. - Average midterm grades for Flipped General Ed Non Flipped General Ed classroom models. Non Flipped Model grades span school years 08/09 to 12/13. Flipped Model 13/14 school year. Similar format Midterm for all school years. Same Instructors and curriculum all years. Std. Deviation 10.2 for Flipped General Ed Students, Std. Deviation of 12.1 for Non flipped students.
Figure 2. - Average midterm grades for Flipped and Non Flipped classroom model. Non Flipped Model grades span school years 08/09 to 12/13. Flipped Model 13/14 school year. Similar format Midterm for all school years. Same Instructors and curriculum all years. Std. Deviation 11.8 for Flipped Students with Disabilities, Std. Deviation of 14.3 for Non Flipped Students with Disabilities.