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Flipped classroom for Scientific thinking

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aziza ellozy

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"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
Take a minute -
and describe what a flipped classroom would look like in the context of a class you are teaching
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
Collaborative learning
projects
Homework

Problem solving

...etc
Transmission
of knowledge
Assimilation
of knowledge
Outside
of Class
In Class
In Class
Outside
of Class
FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
Flipping the
Classroom

Aziza Ellozy
Founding Director,
Center for Learning and Teaching
Associate Dean, Learning technologies
RATIONALE
HOW DOES IT WORK?
"From Harvard University to inner city Detroit to rural Colorado; from basic introductory classes to AP courses, teachers are experiencing significant improvement in student achievement transitioning to the ‘Flipped Classroom’ model."
"The popularity of the flipped classroom is being driven by the rapid spread of free lectures on the Internet on just about any subject."
"Arizona schools flipping
homework, lectures"
Before Class
No single model
Any class structure that provides
prerecorded lectures (- or readings - or activities ) at home
followed by in-class problems/discussion/applications
Lectures: 15-20 minutes
or
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?
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
"
Best Practice
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

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