Course Tech 2013, Jeff Butterfield, Turn Your Class Up-Side-Down

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Do you have a colleague that still lectures during class and assigns their students homework?? That’s sooooo 12th Century (no kidding)!! Inverted Instruction, Reverse Teaching, and Flipped Classrooms …

Do you have a colleague that still lectures during class and assigns their students homework?? That’s sooooo 12th Century (no kidding)!! Inverted Instruction, Reverse Teaching, and Flipped Classrooms are terms used to
describe a powerful form of blended learning that is growing in popularity. Inverted Instruction leverages the power
of the Internet to free you up from in-class lectures and lets you spend more time interacting with your students.
Come learn how to turn your class up-side-down, make it more fun for you to teach, and significantly improve your
students’ learning.

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  • 1. Turn Your ClassUp-Side-Down Jeff Butterfield Western Kentucky University
  • 2. Overview• In this presentation we’ll explore the state of online education, traditional courses, and new pedagogies that blend the best of both worlds.• Here are some resources that you can research independently:
  • 3. Higher Education in 2013• Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Higher_education_ in_the_United_States• National Center for Ed. Statistics – http://nces.ed.gov/• US Census Data (higher ed) – http://www.census.gov/compendia/statab/cats/ education/higher_education_institutions_and_ enrollment.html
  • 4. OnLine Education• Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Online_education• Babson Surveys – http://www.onlinelearningsurvey.com/highered .html• US Distance Learning Association – http://www.usdla.org/research-center/
  • 5. MOOCs• Wikipedia – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Massive_open_onl ine_course• Chronicle of Higher Education (series) – http://chronicle.com/article/What-You-Need-to- Know-About/133475/
  • 6. Flipped Teaching• Wikipedia – – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flip_teaching• FIZZ Project at NCSU – https://www.fi.ncsu.edu/project/fizz/ – (I like their approach for ‘one-take’ videos)• FIZZ YouTube Videos – http://www.youtube.com/user/flippedtraining
  • 7. Eric Mazur Videos• One of the early proponents of this approach is Eric Mazur, a Harvard Physics professor.• Confessions of a Converted Lecturer: – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WwslBPj8GgI• Memorizing or Understanding: – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tn1DLFnbGOo• Others – Search YouTube for “Eric Mazur”
  • 8. Free/Nearly Free Goodies• Jing (free screen recording software) – http://www.techsmith.com/download/jing/default.asp• Prezi (animated presentations) – http://prezi.com/index/ (look for FREE option)• PowToon (animated presentations) – http://www.powtoon.com ($27 for educators)• SmoothDraw 3 (what Khan Academy uses!) – http://www.smoothdraw.com/ – FREE!