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Implementing and Supporting the Flipped Class

A presentation to institutional leaders on the flipped class model, with attention to what types of institutional resources and approaches are necessary for a successful implementation.
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Jennifer Ebbeler

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Implementing the Flipped Classroom
Dr. Jennifer Ebbeler
Associate Professor of Classics
University of Texas, Austin
jebbeler@austin.utexas.edu
@jenebbeler
teachingwithoutpants.blogspot.com
It Takes a Village...
Instructional Design
Assessment (of students, class)
Technology: video/audio; LMS; other tools (e.g. Voice Thread)
Course release and/or summer support


Challenges
Institutional: Wise investment of resources: What to do? How to do it?
Payoff
F 11 F12 Sp 13
A: 29.5 25 41
A-: 12.5 15 10
B+: 9 15.5 9
B: 16 15.5 10.5
B-: 9 8 6
C+: 4 3 4
C-F: 20 18 19.5
What is a "Flipped Class"?
Traditional Liberal Arts
vs Problem-Based Disciplines
Ian Bogost, "The Condensed Classroom"
Flipped Classrooms and Mastery Learning
http://opinionator.blogs.nytimes.com/2013/10/23/in-flipped-classrooms-a-method-for-mastery/
Students Flip a Class, not the Instructor!
Baylor University
Teaching, Technology, and Learning Committee
28 October 2013

http://www.theatlantic.com/technology/archive/2013/08/the-condensed-classroom/279013/
SAIL: S
tructured
A
ctive
I
n-class
L
earning
University of Pennsylvania

Derek Bruff, "Class Time Reconsidered"
http://derekbruff.org/?p=2742
Managing Expectations
Structure + Accountability
Weekly Quizzes (+practice quizzes)
Discussion board
Worksheets
Midterms
Exam wrappers
Midterm #2

Students: Resistance to becoming more active learners; perception of "more work"
I Hate The Flipped Class!
Intentionality
Goal: Content transfer+manipulation
Iterative process
Persistence, tolerance for failure
Expensive and resource intensive, esp. at start
Significant investment in faculty development, (re)training
I'm a Great Lecturer!
Jonathan Rhees, "On Boredom" http://moreorlessbunk.wordpress.com/2013/10/27/on-boredom/
Flipped Class=Videotaped Lectures
Anant Agarwal, "It's Time for Teachers to Join the Revolution" http://www.theguardian.com/education/2013/jun/15/university-education-online-mooc/print
self-regulated learners
intentional pedagogy
better learning outcomes?
Key Factors for
a Successful
Implementation
It's about teachers, not tech
Video as last resort
Plan for sustainability
Have a plan (and $$)
Create institutional policies at start (not ad hoc!)
Learn from others
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