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Flipped Classroom

P.D. Presentation
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Roberto Perezalonso

on 26 November 2013

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Transcript of Flipped Classroom

A reversed teaching model that delivers instruction at home through interactive, teacher-created videos and moves “homework” to the classroom. Moving lectures outside of the classroom allows teachers to spend more 1:1 time with each student. Students have the opportunity to ask questions and work through problems with the guidance of their teachers and the support of their peers - creating a collaborative learning environment. Gives teachers more time to spend 1:1 helping students.

Builds stronger student/teacher relationships

Offers a way for teachers to share information with other faculty, substitute teachers, students, parents, and the community easily

Produces the ability for students to “rewind” lessons and master topics

Creates a collaborative learning environment in the classroom What are some benefits of this method? What Happens in Class? The videos free up class time for more one-on-one interactions with students.

Students get answers to their questions.

Fewer problems are being skipped.

Homework gets done.

Grades improve.

More time is spent one-on-one with students developing higher order thinking skills and engaging in richer learning experiences.

Teachers are able to spend more time guiding, facilitating, and challenging students to learn more. Same Material. New Place. Teachers use their existing material
for creating videos. Trying the flipped model of instruction isn't an all-or-nothing decision. Start Small. Do more with less.

Improve your content.

Engage your students. Myth # 1:

The flipped classroom is the same
as Khan Academy at home every night. Myth # 2:

All content should be taught
through videos. Myth # 3:

The teacher can relax
during class. Myth # 4:

Flipping is the "magic bullet"
for education. What students think: Challenges of the Traditional Model Practice is separated from teaching
Practice must be done alone
How supportive is the home life?
Once the teaching is gone....it's GONE! Questions
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