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Flipped Classroom

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Fabio Biscaro

on 28 December 2015

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Transcript of Flipped Classroom

Flipped Classroom's Mission
We want students to:
- be motivated
- work and learn skills
- enjoy school
- grow

Technology & Internet
Take advantage of what technology can offer:

An unlimited repository of information
A place to publish your content
A place to collect students works
Collaboration and communication
Apps and applications
Time at home
To complete tasks that don't require teacher's assistance

To consolidate what they have already learned at school

Quick Assignments: Anticipate lesson's content to improve classroom activities
Formative Assessment
Monitor everyday activities

Summative Assessment
Evaluate learning
Time at school
Flipped CLassroom
Empathy and compassion

Before assigning an activiy:
Would you like to do the activity?

Before getting angry at them:
Have you ever done the same thing? What would you have liked the teacher to do?

If they complain:
Is there any chance that they are right?

Give positive feedbacks and tell what's to do instead of what's not to do

People may not like your subject and they might become as good as you
Let's go deep into every item!
Publish on your favourite web site all the material needed for your lessons and your assignments
24/7 access
Students can study at their own pace
When a student miss a lesson he can find everything
No students can say "Nobody told me"
We can share our work with other teachers and ask feedbacks from them
Any kind of material you used to use
Quick assignments
Quick Assignments/1
1) Assign a short lesson at home to introduce the next lesson at school

2) These assignments need to be simple enough to be done wihout the teacher

3) Verify students' learning with a quick assignment on the material
Watch this tutorial and describe the three things you liked most
Read this text and answer these questions...
Watch this video on how to calculate square root by hand and repeat the same exercise changing data
Quick Assignments /2

Listen to this song and compare your opinion with the one song writer talks about. We will talk about it at school
Flipped Classroom
Assign tasks and ask your students to deliver their work so you can check it when they all delivered
On their own web site!
Communicate outside class time with students and parents

Important: communicate assignments ONLY in school time, outside that just answer their questions and help them
The web is the only place where everything is at your fingerprints!
Explain Everything
Lensoo Creator
Create and share material
Using everything we have!
Students need to do things to learn new skills!
Teacher becomes a coach
need help mostly when they apply what they have learned
Exercise at school so that the teacher can help them
Can try without the fear of mistakes
Cooperative learning
Meaningful tasks
Flipped Classroom reduces frontal lesson with the aid of Videos and online lessons so students can use their time at school to practice and learn by doing
can help students who need it most
love to see students involved
Blended learning
Meaningful tasks
Serious games
Cooperative learining
Role Play
Any activity you know!
Tasks that students might want to do even without the teacher
Connected to reality
Self assessable
What is connection with reality?
What makes Motivation?
SDT: Self Determinatio Theory
Doing, creating
Learning new skills
Connecting, doing with/for someone
Communication in the mother tongue

Communication in foreign languages

Mathematical competence and basic competences in science and technology

Digital competence

Learning to learn

Social and civic competences

Sense of initiative and entrepreneurship

Cultural awareness and expression
Math applied in sports
Bergmann-Sams (modified), Flip your classroom
Example of lesson's schedule
What does doable mean?
Tasks objectives need to be at students' reach.

Everything needed for the task should be included in their background or in the materials provided, otherwise it's too difficult to be solved
Lev Vygotsky
Zone of proximal development
Similar to something they know
Different from something they know
Connected with student's life
Have a purpose
Why self assessable?
Students should have a simple guide/grid to self assess their tasks and understand if they are doing the right thing.
Examples of self assessable requests:
find three pictures
cite at least three different web sources
report the three main ideas of the author (if ideas are stated in the text)
Why Interesting?
A great task forsters curiosity pointing out a gap of knowledge that the student will want to fill
Why Benjamin Franklin used a key at the end of the wire in the "kite-lightning experiment"?
Doing something in your own way
Write a 30 lines resume with 3 paragraphs:
Autonomy rests in how to do it
Learning something new
Problem solving
People need to connect
Prepare a lesson for another class
Peer learning
Group tasks
Something is easily learned if it is:
Not self assessable request:
find the main ideas of this author (if they have to interpreted)
Specific competencies
EU competences
How many squares
are here?
related to your subject
Working together to reach a common goal
Better results
Better relationships
More psychological well-being
Group creation
Big groups

More knowloedge
More roles
More complexity
Someone can hide
Hard at the beginning
Small group

Best to start with
Easy to manage
For simple task
For quick tasks

Partecipants can be chosen randomly or by students. Usually random is better
Hints for better groups
Create positive interdependence (one falls, everyone falls)
Give roles
Promote interaction
Assign the materials to someone in the group instead of everyone
Regroup desks in order to create islands
Let students give feedbacks about their groups
Evaluate every member in the same way
What for?
Formative Assessment
Formative Assessment
Gives immediate feedbacks on activities
Shows to the student that every activity has a meaning
Gives to the students personal advices in what to improve
Try to correct everything, at least with a yes or no
Use class time to correct tasks
Prepare tasks that are simple to be correctd
Give auto correction grids

Formative Assessment
Summative Assessment
As you are used to...

...or give an exam with exercises of different difficulty to differentiate
Now it's your turn!
Example 1
Read a chapter of a book and create a storyboard with at least 20 scenes. Then create it with www.storyboard.com.

The group should be composed of 3 people:
two persons are supposed to read the chapter
one person is not supposed to read the chapter and will create the storyboard after discussing it.

The plot should be linear and clear
There should be al least 20 scenes
Example 2
3 people groups

Write a script with the method explained in this video with 2 characters and a narrator.
Then the group will read the story acting it and you will get:
2 point for originality
2 points for reahearsing time between 3 to 4 min
3 points Acting
3 points for precise description of environments
Example 3
Read the ingredients in the tag on the right.
Imagine you are selling this dressing and write a brochure to explain to the customer that circled ingredients are safe to eat and consume.
Self evaluation:
Did you describe the three of them? (3)
Are explanations believable? (3)
Did you write the sources for the informations you found? (2)
Did you write in correct english? (2)
Create your meaningful task!
Create a 40 min task for your students to use as your next lesson. This is your checklist:

(1) Did you chose a subject you will really use?
(1) Did you use competence: learn to learn?
(2) Did you chose 2 competencies competencies?
(1) Did you connect the task with student real life?
(1) Are there multiple solutions possible?
(1) Did you write evaluation checklist considering what's important for you in this task?
(1) Did you define group composition?
(1) Did you define timings?
We are like them!
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