Explore

Flip

Apply

George Phillip

5th and 6th Grade

Social Studies
TWITTER
@phillige

EMAIL
george.e.phillip@gmail.com

WEBSITE
www.reversingsocialstudies.com

PHONE
(574) 303-2758
Q. What keeps you
up at night?

Complements of Dr. Julie Schell of the Mazur Group
What do you see?

http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/tbme.2009.2038487
“There
Understanding
must be a clear,
constant, and and the Flipped
prioritized focus on
‘understanding’ as
an educational...
Explore-Flip-Apply
What is going on in this video?

Name the 5 Themes of Geography
Watch vodcast over the 5 Themes of
Geography and take notes

Assign groups to a theme

Students then created an activity t...
Peer Instruction and JiTT

Dr. Eric Mazur

Dr. Julie Scheel
Peer Instruction in the
Classroom

From: Dr. Julie Scheel
Dan Meyer
Africa’s Early Cultures
Map of Africa’s early cultures (EXPLORE)	

“What can this map tell us about early
civilizations?”	...
Sugata Mitra’s
SOLE
“Self-Organized Learning
Environment (SOLE) Toolkit…
designed to help educators
and parents support ki...
Where is most of East Asia’s population located? Why?
NAIS 20/20 CHALLENGE
Topic: Global Warming	

Brainstormed GW in South Bend/found
articles online (EXPLORE)	

Had Norte Dam...
Create
Evaluate
Analyze
Apply
Understand
Remember
Helpful Websites/Blogs/Other
www.cyclesoflearning.com - Ramsey Musallam - @ramusallam
www.thethinkingstick.com - Jeff Utech...
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class
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Explore, Flip, Apply; A way to increase Inquiry in your class

  1. 1. Explore Flip Apply George Phillip 5th and 6th Grade Social Studies
  2. 2. TWITTER @phillige EMAIL george.e.phillip@gmail.com WEBSITE www.reversingsocialstudies.com PHONE (574) 303-2758
  3. 3. Q. What keeps you up at night? Complements of Dr. Julie Schell of the Mazur Group
  4. 4. What do you see? http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/tbme.2009.2038487
  5. 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. 6. Explore-Flip-Apply
  7. 7. What is going on in this video? Name the 5 Themes of Geography
  8. 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. 9. Peer Instruction and JiTT Dr. Eric Mazur Dr. Julie Scheel
  10. 10. Peer Instruction in the Classroom From: Dr. Julie Scheel
  11. 11. Dan Meyer
  12. 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. 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. 14. Where is most of East Asia’s population located? Why?
  15. 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. 16. Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  17. 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
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