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Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
Flipped classroom project
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Flipped classroom project

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  • 1. FLIP! FLIP! HOORAY!
  • 2. Teacher Innovators  The Year was 2007  Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams  Teachers in Woodland Park Colorado  Said “There has to be a better way to reach students.”
  • 3. Benefits  Differentiation of instruction – reaching them all.  Students have ownership of learning.  Teaching becomes more streamlined and more efficient.  Develops student’s problem solving skills  Teachers have more time in the classroom with students.  Learning becomes more collaborative.
  • 4. Drawbacks  Digital Divide--Not all students or, in some cases, schools have the technological resources  If library is needed, computer time is usually regulated.  Time in front of computer screen is increased.
  • 5. Does it Work?  Teachers have reported higher grades in the flipped classroom.  No official studies.  However, teachers report videos are viewed over and over again. Someone is watching more than once.
  • 6. What You Need  Screencasts ◦ Jing ◦ Screencas-O-Matic  Google hangout  Shoot video – ◦ Smart phone ◦ Ipad ◦ Laptop ◦ Video camera  Editing Video ◦ Windows Live Moviemaker ◦ iMovie
  • 7. Post for Student Viewing  Youtube  Teachertube  Sophia  In your blog  In your website.
  • 8. NING  Flipped Learning Network’s ning started in January 2011 with 2,500 members.  2013 – 15,000 members  WEbsite:
  • 9. Hosting and Publishing Service for video lesson  Does the service let videos be shown on multiple devices? Phones, iPads, Tablets  Possible choices ◦ YouTube – most familiar – most schools BLOCK it. ◦ TeacherTube ◦ Sophia (37,000) ◦ Vimeo ◦ Edmodo
  • 10. Video Resources  Youtube  TeacherTube  TED-ED  Khan Academy  Sophia It may take hours to find the video that has everything you want. You could SAVE time by creating your own customized lesson.
  • 11. Flipped Classroom Project  Create a Flipped Classroom Lesson  Length: 7-10 minutes  Start with Objective (ONE)  Create lesson  Record Lesson  Create an activity(ies) (activity length 15-20 minutes) ◦ MUST support learning objective. ◦ Can be more than one.

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