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Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class

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My presentation at the MIFlip Conference on 1/18/2013.

My presentation at the MIFlip Conference on 1/18/2013.

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  • 1. Explore Flip Apply George Phillip 5th and 6th Grade Social Studies
  • 2. TWITTER @phillige EMAIL george.e.phillip@gmail.com WEBSITE www.reversingsocialstudies.com PHONE (574) 303-2758
  • 3. Q. What keeps you up at night? Complements of Dr. Julie Schell of the Mazur Group
  • 4. What do you see? http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/tbme.2009.2038487
  • 5. “There Understanding must be a clear, constant, and and the Flipped prioritized focus on ‘understanding’ as an educational goal.” by Design ! “The assessment must Classroom align with the goals via ‘backward design’; and the goals as mentioned should highlight understanding.” “Instructional practices must align with the goals…But a course composed mainly of lectures cannot logically yields content use - any more than a series of lectures on history can yield highperforming historians Wiggins, Grant. "Granted, And…." Granted and. Grant Wiggins, 01 Jan. 2014. Web. 16 Jan. 2014.
  • 6. Explore-Flip-Apply
  • 7. What is going on in this video? Name the 5 Themes of Geography
  • 8. Watch vodcast over the 5 Themes of Geography and take notes Assign groups to a theme Students then created an activity to explain their theme to second graders
  • 9. Peer Instruction and JiTT Dr. Eric Mazur Dr. Julie Scheel
  • 10. Peer Instruction in the Classroom From: Dr. Julie Scheel
  • 11. Dan Meyer
  • 12. Africa’s Early Cultures Map of Africa’s early cultures (EXPLORE) “What can this map tell us about early civilizations?” Movie on Egyptian culture (FLIP) Create a poster to illustrate importance of Nile River; chose separate civilization and show understanding (APPLY)
  • 13. Sugata Mitra’s SOLE “Self-Organized Learning Environment (SOLE) Toolkit… designed to help educators and parents support kids (8-12 yrs) as they tap into their innate sense of wonder and engage in child-driven learning” pg.2
  • 14. Where is most of East Asia’s population located? Why?
  • 15. NAIS 20/20 CHALLENGE Topic: Global Warming Brainstormed GW in South Bend/found articles online (EXPLORE) Had Norte Dame professors come in (FLIP) Create presentation for community (APPLY)
  • 16. Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 17. Helpful Websites/Blogs/Other www.cyclesoflearning.com - Ramsey Musallam - @ramusallam www.thethinkingstick.com - Jeff Utecht - @jutecht mazur.harvard.edu - Dr. Eric Mazur - @ericmazur http://sugatam.wikispaces.com/ - Sugata Mitra - @SugataM blog.mrmeyer.com - Dan Meyer - @ddmeyer http://fnoschese.wordpress.com/ - Frank Noschese - @fnoschese blog.peerinstruction.com - Dr. Julie Schell - @julieschell Daniel Pink - The Flipped Manifesto - Free Download