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Deirdre Bonnycastle
@bonnycastle
d.bonnycastle@usask.ca
June 26, 2014
Introductions
New participants introduce
yourself to the people at
your table
1. Name
2. One thing you enjoy
about summer
ObjectivesUpon completing this
session, participants will be
able to:
1. Explain one theory of why
flipping the classroom ...
1. Explain one
theory of why
flipping the
classroom works.
Bloom’s Higher Order Thinking
Evaluates
Synthesizes
Analyses
Applies
How did the
cognitive dissonance
of hearing and
seeing a story of a
child yesterday help
you explore this
objective?
What else did
you notice
me doing
yesterday to
increase your
critical
thinking?
Write down
1.What engages your students?
2.Pass your answer to the person on your left
What is
best
learned in
groups?
Higher Order Thinking
requires:
• brainstorming
• pattern making
• analyzing
• reflection
• practice and
• feedback.
This ...
2. Describe 6 methods of
improving higher order
thinking (HOT) in a flipped
classroom
Dr. Greg Malin Undergraduate Basic Sciences
• Prior - Pre-Recorded Lectures
• Formative Assessment - Clicker Quizzes
• Cla...
Dr. K. Premkumar Undergraduate Basic Sciences
• Prior – Chapter Reading
• Formative Assessment – Team Jeopardy
• Class tim...
Dr. Marcel D’Eon Undergraduate Pro Skills
• Prior – Article Guiding Questions
• Attention Activity – Jigsaw Puzzle
• Class...
3. Develop a
strategy for
classroom time
that uses HOT.
Your Turn
At your table, pick a higher order objective and
discuss how you might teach it in your class.
Objective Learning Task
1. Compare
2. Contrast
3. Differentiate
4. Appraise
5. Argue
6. Judge
7. Analyze
8. Develop
Thinki...
Resources
http://medicaleducation.wikif
oundry.com/
Flip classroom: Using class time
Flip classroom: Using class time
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My presentation to UTHSC in Memphis, Tennessee on what teaching techniques to use in a flipped classroom.

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  1. 1. Deirdre Bonnycastle @bonnycastle d.bonnycastle@usask.ca June 26, 2014
  2. 2. Introductions New participants introduce yourself to the people at your table 1. Name 2. One thing you enjoy about summer
  3. 3. ObjectivesUpon completing this session, participants will be able to: 1. Explain one theory of why flipping the classroom works 2. Describe 6 methods of improving higher order thinking (HOT) in a flipped classroom 3. Develop a strategy for classroom time that uses HOT. © Nearing Zero
  4. 4. 1. Explain one theory of why flipping the classroom works.
  5. 5. Bloom’s Higher Order Thinking Evaluates Synthesizes Analyses Applies
  6. 6. How did the cognitive dissonance of hearing and seeing a story of a child yesterday help you explore this objective?
  7. 7. What else did you notice me doing yesterday to increase your critical thinking?
  8. 8. Write down 1.What engages your students? 2.Pass your answer to the person on your left
  9. 9. What is best learned in groups?
  10. 10. Higher Order Thinking requires: • brainstorming • pattern making • analyzing • reflection • practice and • feedback. This process is enhanced by other’s presence.
  11. 11. 2. Describe 6 methods of improving higher order thinking (HOT) in a flipped classroom
  12. 12. Dr. Greg Malin Undergraduate Basic Sciences • Prior - Pre-Recorded Lectures • Formative Assessment - Clicker Quizzes • Class time - Case-based APPLICATION
  13. 13. Dr. K. Premkumar Undergraduate Basic Sciences • Prior – Chapter Reading • Formative Assessment – Team Jeopardy • Class time – Classification Games Application Analysis
  14. 14. Dr. Marcel D’Eon Undergraduate Pro Skills • Prior – Article Guiding Questions • Attention Activity – Jigsaw Puzzle • Classroom Activity – Structured Controversy Evaluation
  15. 15. 3. Develop a strategy for classroom time that uses HOT.
  16. 16. Your Turn At your table, pick a higher order objective and discuss how you might teach it in your class.
  17. 17. Objective Learning Task 1. Compare 2. Contrast 3. Differentiate 4. Appraise 5. Argue 6. Judge 7. Analyze 8. Develop Thinking Objectives
  18. 18. Resources http://medicaleducation.wikif oundry.com/
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