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The Flipped Classroom

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Jackie Puleio

on 13 October 2014

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Transcript of The Flipped Classroom

The Classroom
Jackie Puleio
Introduction Video
If this were a "flipped classroom", then this would have been for homework (who wants homework for a PD course?).

Go back to 12 hours ago, in your comfy clothes, after the Jets game and before the Giants game. You will now watch this video...
Top Motivations
Key Elements to a Flipped Classroom
1. Provide an opportunity for students to gain first exposure prior to class.
Please take a Quick Poll found at

103: the Flipped Classroom
2. Provide an incentive for students
to prepare for class.
Key Elements to a Flipped Classroom
3. Provide a mechanism to assess student understanding.
Key Elements to a Flipped Classroom
4. Provide in-class activities that focus on
higher level cognitive activities.
Key Elements to a Flipped Classroom
Getting to Know you
HOw it Works..
Methods of Flipping the Classroom
-Create/Search for Videos that Students can watch online to preview content

- Animated Powerpoints/Introductions


The Telligami App

Animated Cartoon
Use it to create an introduction to a concept or deliver some learning content. It can also be a fun way to create an introduction to the flipped classroom for parents!

Additionally, it can serve a role in an assignment or project for students.
Create, Search, or Fuse the best parts of both!
This is, personally, my favorite method of delivering instruction.

Algebra 1 Flipped Webpage

AP Statistics Flipped Webpage:
Explain Everything
do I start
do I begin?
The following questions can help you identify a good place to start, whether you have designed your course around learning outcomes or by units:

What classes do you currently have an in-class activity that you rarely have time to complete during class and requires the students to apply their knowledge and skills?

What concepts or topics do students struggle the most to understand based on exam scores and/or assignment grades?

What topics would students benefit from the opportunity to apply the concepts within the classroom where your expertise could guide their development?

Spend class time engaging students
in application activities with feedback
If you have a learning activity that fits this criteria, then begin with that activity. If you have traditionally spent class time lecturing, then finding a structure that fits your discipline is important.
Assessment techniques can help inform and enhance learning when questions that measure student understanding are embedded into in-class learning activities:
Provides students with feedback about what they know and do not know.
Provides instructors with real-time data that informs instruction.
Encourages students to engage during class by holding them accountable for their preparation.
What do I want my students to know and be able to do as result of completing this sequence of the course?

How does it fit into the bigger picture of the unit and course?

What part of the current "homework assignment" could be moved inside of class to help students practice applying the content? or What in-class learning activity is being rushed through because there is currently not enough time to do it well?

What practice do students need inside of class to prepare them for the larger assignment that will be completed after-class? Will students make the connection between what is happening inside of class and the assignment they are working on after class?

What content do students need to know before class to successfully engage in the learning activity during class?
Questions to Ask in
order to Get Started
Adapt your materials for students to acquire course content in preparation of class
Some common ways students prepare for class incude:

Reading materials (i.e. using the textbook or relevant articles)
Online video and audio content

Keep it simple at first!
rely on your current resources
search for existing online content rather than creating your own.

The process on complete transformation is slow..so it can be blended a bit!

Be sure to...

Hold students accountable for completing the pre-class assignment
(guided notes or just submitting notes)
Provide students a way to pose questions about the content they are learning outside of class
Step 5: Extend learning
beyond class
This is the key element to getting students ready for the PARCC exam and ultimately, the incentive for the students wanting the flipped classroom!

It's win-win!!
The following few slides have been obtained from
Step 1: Identifying the Beginning Of Your Transformation
Here is an example of an Algebra 1 Lesson
It's the little things that make students look forward to watching your videos...
Here's a longer video with guided notes...
and a few "You Try" examples
Step 3
Step 2
Step 4
Gummy Bears in Space
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