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Flipped Class Presentation

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Rick McCleary

on 13 March 2013

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Classroom Rick McCleary Burford District Elementary School mrmccleary.edublogs.org Flipped What's the Flipped Classroom all about and
how does it fit into a 21st Century Classroom? The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction outside of class and moving "homework" into the classroom. Turning Traditional Education on its Head Students watch the lessons at their own pace, pausing and/or rewatching as they need to. Concept engagement takes place in the classroom with active engagement and assistance from the instructor. Instead of the students getting the lesson from me during class, I video tape the lesson & they watch it at home (by lesson, I don't mean a 45 minute lecture of me talking...the videos are short, 6-15 minutes max). While watching the video they complete something called a W.S.Q. (Watch Summarize Question) At home or as soon as they get to school they watch a video for the lesson we'll be working on. What do I like the most? My goal is to meet with every student every day...I almost always reach my goal! I KNOW my kids! Thoughts of my students: Parent comments They enjoy being able to see how a lesson is being taught because many times it is different then when they went to school. http://www.sophia.org/traditional-long-division-tutorial http://www.sophia.org/prime-and-composite-numbers-tutorial http://www.sophia.org/a-different-way-of-long-division-tutorial http://todaysmeet.com/NipUflipclass http://edcamphamilton.ca/ http://ca.ixl.com/math/ http://www.flocabulary.com/area-of-a-triangle/ http://www.flippedlearningjournal.org/ http://flippedclassroom.org/ http://flippedlearning.org/ http://havefunteaching.com/ This is truly the most exciting
time period to be in education! They appreciate more 1-1 time with the teacher. They enjoy more opportunities to work with their peers. They learn more from their peers because there is more opportunity to discuss things with others. They like fast forwarding through a lesson that they already know and replaying a difficult concept to help them understand it more. They enjoy watching a video lesson with their son/daughter because it's good quality time with them. Watching the lesson with their son/daughter allows them to assist their child to understand a concept. It takes the mystery out of homework. It removes the frustration of forcing their child to do homework neither of them understand. It reduces the amount of homework. Do the videos have to be watched for homework? No.
I don't insist students do it for homework but half of them choose to. https://twitter.com/search?q=%23nipuflipclass&src=typd TweetDeck What do the videos look like? What if students don't have internet?
-burn a CD http://www.sumdog.com/teacher http://www.reflexmath.com/ Questions? In a student-centered classroom you need to know each student's passion and structure their education around it. Teach to students strengths and their interests and that keeps them engaged! Twitter: @rickmccleary
Email: richard.mccleary@granderie.ca
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