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& blended learning cycle
Intrigue with the unexpected
iPads are tools
In-class practice, problems, modeling, video-making
Blended cycle has more review
& formative assessment
Check student notes
Ask questions about videos
Formative assessments throughout
Summative assessment at end unit
Grid-in math questions
Diversify iPad apps/Notetaking
Screencasts can be your own or another expert's
Notes on iPad
Excel on PC/Mac
iPads (Naace study)
increase motivation 69%
increase student perceptions of achievement 61%
Explore, Teach content, Practice
sequence is more effective than
Teach content, Explore, Practice
Mr. Andersen is a Youtube EDU Scholar
& Montana State Educator of the Year
Benefits of flipping lectures as homework
Watch content at student's own pace
Replay as needed
Catch up if absent/at sports
Free-up practice time with teacher in classroom
More in-class practice time in total
Feedback on classwork is immediate
Control of content is transparent
The blended learning cycle acronym
Adjusting for Strengths & Weaknesses of iPads& Flipping
Focus on learning goals.
Vary the flipped method: screencasts, animations, student videos.
Spend more class time on in-depth reading skills (choral reading, pairs, highlighting, word walls, sentence frames, drawing pictures of vocabulary, drilling using Quizlet flash cards and word races).
Use formative assessment to adjust teaching plans.
Use technology apps (Showbie etc.) to deal with student workload.
Ask students for feedback; have students reflect on progress towards goals.
Communicate with parents and administrators.
The milk example
...took about six screencasts
to explain to students
(properties of water, hydrogen bonding, hydrophobic, hydrophilic, properties of lipids, detergents, size of molecules)