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  1. 1. FLIP  YOUR  CLASSROOM  @chemicalsams  @jonbergmann
  2. 2. bit.ly/dvsflip flippedlearning.org/definition
  3. 3. FIRST •flippedclassroom.org
  4. 4. INTRODUCTIONS
  5. 5. •8:30-10:00: Why Flip? •10:00-10:15: Break •10:15-11:00 Flipping the Subjects •11:00-12:00: Get in Groups and discuss how you would flip •12:00-1:00: Lunch •1:00-1:45: TheTechnology of the Flipped Classroom •1:45-3:00: From the Flipped Class to Flipped Learning •3:00-3:30: Closing Challenge
  6. 6. ORIGAMI
  7. 7. THOUGHTS
  8. 8. THE FOUR TS
  9. 9. WE ARE TEACHERS
  10. 10. THERE  MUST  BE  A  BETTER  WAY   THAN  THIS….
  11. 11. TECHNOLOGY THROUGHOUT OUR CAREERS
  12. 12. ExciAng  Times
  13. 13. From  This
  14. 14. To  these
  15. 15. Jon
  16. 16. we have school backwards Photo: The Advocate
  17. 17. We  send  kids  home  with  the  hard  stuff
  18. 18. Bloom’s Taxonomy (revised) Crea%ng Evalua%ng Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering Lorin Anderson
  19. 19. Flip Bloom’s Taxonomy Remembering CreaAng EvaluaAng Analyzing Applying Understanding
  20. 20. WHERE DIDTHIS COME FROM?
  21. 21. BUILT  IN  REAL  CLASSROOMS
  22. 22. WHAT I BELIEVE
  23. 23. RELATIONSHIPS
  24. 24. Required Curriculum
  25. 25. Required Curriculum Content Delivery Practice
  26. 26. Required Curriculum PracticeContent Delivery
  27. 27. What  is  a  Flipped  Classroom?
  28. 28. Flipped  Classroom Home School
  29. 29. Required Curriculum PracticeContent Delivery
  30. 30. Required Curriculum PracticeContent Delivery Application
  31. 31. Required Curriculum PracticeContent Delivery Application Analysis
  32. 32. Required Curriculum PracticeContent Delivery Application Analysis Creation
  33. 33. WHAT ISTHE FLIPPED CLASS?
  34. 34. ASK  ONE  QUESTION…
  35. 35. What is the best use of your face-to-face class time?
  36. 36. bit.ly/BestUse
  37. 37. AARON & JONS SCHEDULE AT ASCD • Saturday: 8:00-9:30: Foundations of Flipped Learning: 150AB • Saturday 9:40-10:15: Book Signing
  38. 38. FLIPPED CLASS 101
  39. 39. WHAT DOTHE VIDEOS LOOK LIKE?
  40. 40. WHAT  DO  THE  VIDEOS  LOOK  LIKE?
  41. 41. bit.ly/FlipHurdle
  42. 42. 3  KEY  QUESTIONS
  43. 43. Flipped  Learning  Relies  on   Videos
  44. 44. Flipped  Learning  Creates
 a  Digital  Divide Free  Press  Pics
  45. 45. what if they don’t watch?
  46. 46. New Standards Common Core, etc
  47. 47. THE FOUR HURDLESTO FLIPPINGYOUR CLASS
  48. 48. FROM  THE  FLIPPED  CLASS  TO   FLIPPED  LEARNING
  49. 49. Flipped Class 101 Flipped-Mastery Flipped-Peer Instruction Flipped-Project Based Learning Flipped + Genius Hour Flipped-Mastery + Gamification Explore-Flip-Apply An InquiryTechnique
  50. 50. Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter. flippedlearning.org/definition
  51. 51. Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter. flippedlearning.org/definition
  52. 52. BENEFITS Independent   learners
  53. 53. BENEFITS DifferenAaAon
  54. 54. BENEFITS No  Gaps
  55. 55. BENEFITS No  Place  to  Hide
  56. 56. the best way to understand flipped learning…
  57. 57. Does the flipped class work? flippedlearning.org/research
  58. 58. The Critics bit.ly/teachersmatter
  59. 59. PARENTS
  60. 60. STUDENTS
  61. 61. SO ISTHISTHE ANSWER?
  62. 62. STEPPING  STONE/BRIDGE Stepping  Stones  in  the  River  Mole,  at  the  foot  of  Box  Hill,  near  Dorking   Surrey  by  Richard  Rogerson
  63. 63. A CLASSTRANSFORMED
  64. 64. WHERE DO I START?
  65. 65. PERSONALIZATION
  66. 66. PERSONALIZATION
  67. 67. THAT WAS A LOT
  68. 68. OTHER SUBJECTS
  69. 69. ECONOMICS
  70. 70. PHYSICAL  EDUCATION
  71. 71. AUTO  MECHANICS
  72. 72. WOODWORKING
  73. 73. FOODS
  74. 74. ELEMENTARY
  75. 75. ELEMENTARY  EXAMPLE
  76. 76. GROUPS bit.ly/fliptop10 Answer the 10 questions as a group at your table.
  77. 77. TECHNOLOGY
  78. 78. VIDEO CREATION
  79. 79. 13 LAWS OFVIDEO Keep it Short AnimateYourVoice Work With a Partner Add Humor Audio Matters Don’t WasteYour Students’ Time Less Text more pics Annotations Video Clips PIP Callouts/Zooms Interactive Buttons Copyright Friendly
  80. 80. TEACHING STUDENTS ABOUT WATCHINGVIDEOS
  81. 81. THE KEY ISTO FINDTOOLS THAT WORK FORYOU AND YOUR IT INFRASTRUCTURE
  82. 82. RECOMMENDEDTOOLS
  83. 83. DIFFERENCE BETWEEN READING FICTION AND NON-FICTION A NEW LITERACY
  84. 84. SCREENCASTINGTOOLS
  85. 85. IPAD APPS • Doceri (Free/$30) • Explain Everything ($5) • Educreations (Free) • Show Me
  86. 86. COMPUTER-SCREENCASTING PROGRAMS • Screencast-O-Mattic (Free/$15 per year) • Jing (Free-Limit of 5 min) • Snagit ($50) • Camtasia Studio ($99 for Mac & $150 for PC) • Adobe Presenter (Free for Mac-sorta, $300 for PC)
  87. 87. INTERACTIVETOOLS
  88. 88. OTHER PROGRAMSTHAT CAN ENHANCE • zaption.com (Video tours with feedback built in) • Google Forms (Insert video into a google form) • versoapp • YouTube has many great features on their website now • ed.TED.com (You can flip lessons and get feedback)
  89. 89. LEARNING MANAGEMENT
  90. 90. HOSTING
  91. 91. HARDWARETOOLS
  92. 92. WACOM BAMBOO CAPTURE
  93. 93. IPAD DEMOS
  94. 94. Call in the orders Code: FC0311NY doceri.com
  95. 95. WEB-BASED DEMO
  96. 96. COMPUTER DOWNLOAD DEMO
  97. 97. LETS CREATE
  98. 98. MAKE ONE 2-4 MINVIDEO •From what you teach •About what you are learning today •Use: Screencast-O-Mattic or Explain Everything
  99. 99. FLIPPEDLEARNING.ORG JON@JONBERGMANN.COM
  100. 100. TOO MANY QUESTIONS fiverr.com
  101. 101. The Four Pillars of Flipped Learning
  102. 102. There has been a lot of buzz...
  103. 103. Flipped Learning
  104. 104. F: Flexible Environment L: Learning Culture I: Intentional Content P: Professional Network
  105. 105. Flexible Environment Spaces AssessmentPedagogy
  106. 106. Traditional Spaces Reinforces Content Delivery
  107. 107. Traditional Pedagogy Reinforces Content Delivery
  108. 108. Traditional Assessment Reinforces Content Delivery
  109. 109. Flexible Environment Spaces AssessmentPedagogy
  110. 110. Flipped Flexible Spaces ?
  111. 111. Flexible Pedagogy Time-Shifted Maximizes teacher face-to-face time
  112. 112. Flexible Pedagogy Rethinks how class time is used
  113. 113. Flexible Assessment Not just bubble tests Formative on the fly
  114. 114. Learning Culture Make Learning, not teaching the center of the classroom.
  115. 115. Learning Culture ! Transferring Ownership
  116. 116. Learning Culture ! Changing the conversation about what should/should not happen in class
  117. 117. Learning Culture
  118. 118. Intentional Content
  119. 119. Intentional Content Videos
  120. 120. Intentional Content Not Just Videos--Learning Objects
  121. 121. Intentional Content Making Learning Objects Interactive
  122. 122. Intentional Content Who’s Videos?
  123. 123. Intentional Content How Long Should the Videos Be?
  124. 124. Intentional Content The Teacher as a Filter
  125. 125. Professional Educator
  126. 126. You Shouldn’t Do this Alone!
  127. 127. even if you don’t have a partner at your school...
  128. 128. Join in the community...
  129. 129. Reflective Educator...
  130. 130. F: Flexible Environment L: Learning Culture I: Intentional Content P: Professional Network
  131. 131. HOWTO RUN A FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  132. 132. DESIGN A UNIT
  133. 133. STARTING A CLASS
  134. 134. ACTIVITIES
  135. 135. FORMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
  136. 136. SUMMATIVE ASSESSMENTS
  137. 137. FORMTHE FLIPPED CLASSTO FLIPPED LEARNING
  138. 138. HTTP://BIT.LY/DVSFLIP dan spencers site
  139. 139. FLIPPED LEARNING CHECKLIST
  140. 140. Nuts and Bolts of Mastery
  141. 141. bit.ly/flipFLN Our 6Year Journey • Live Recording • Flipped Class 101 • Flipped Mastery • Flipped Mastery with SBG & Inquiry • Flipped Mastery/SBG/Inquiry/UDL • Flipped Mastery + PBL
  142. 142. bit.ly/flipFLN •Flipped  learning  occurs  when   we  move  direct  instrucAon   from  the  group  learning  space   in  to  the  individual  learning   space.    
  143. 143. bit.ly/flipFLN Bloom’s  Taxonomy
 (revised) CreaAng EvaluaAng Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering
  144. 144. bit.ly/flipFLN Bloom’s  Taxonomy  
 (by  Lorin  Anderson) CreaAng EvaluaAng Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering
  145. 145. Flipped Class Flipped- Mastery Flipped- Peer Instruction Flipped- Project Based Learning Flipped + Genius Hour Flipped- Mastery + Gamification Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Explore- Flip-Apply An Inquiry
  146. 146. bit.ly/flipFLN Mastery
  147. 147. bit.ly/flipFLN What  does  the  class  look   like?
  148. 148. bit.ly/flipFLN Flipped-­‐Mastery DI PracAce Apply Assess Remedi ate
  149. 149. bit.ly/flipFLN 3 Key Elements • Quality InstructionalVideos • Quality In-Class Activities • Robust Assessment
  150. 150. Organizing a Unit
  151. 151. Getting A Week Started
  152. 152. Getting a Day Started
  153. 153. Formative Assessments
  154. 154. A-F Grading
  155. 155. bit.ly/flipFLN Labs?
  156. 156. bit.ly/flipFLN Assessments
  157. 157. Check that they have watched?
  158. 158. Demos
  159. 159. Flipped  Learning  &  the  
 New  Standards @jonbergmann jonbergmann.com
  160. 160. Flipped  Learning  happens  when   you  move  the  direct  instruction   from  the  group  space  to  the   individual  space
  161. 161. Flipped  Class  101  
 can  lead  to….
  162. 162. FLIPPED-LEARNING UDL Mastery PBL Challenge Inquiry
  163. 163. UNIVERSAL DESIGN FOR LEARNING UDL ! MULTIPLE WAYSTO LEARN MULTIPLE WAYSTO PROVETHATTHEY LEARN
  164. 164. More  Later….
  165. 165. NEW STANDARDS College & Career Readiness Standards will change the WAY teachers teach
  166. 166. OLD STANDARDSVS NEW Crea%ng Evalua%ng Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering
  167. 167. CONTENT HEAVY h"p://onlinelearninginsights.files.wordpress.com/2012/02/istock_books_college1.jpg=
  168. 168. POOR DELIVERY METHODS
  169. 169. WHICH LEADSTO
  170. 170. LEARNING IS MESSY
  171. 171. FRAMEWORKS Crea%ng Evalua%ng Analyzing Applying Understanding Remembering Blooms&Taxonomy,Depth&of&Knowledge/ Norman&Webb/
  172. 172. WHAT DOYOUTHINK?
  173. 173. How$do$we$teach$at+ level$3$&$4?+
  174. 174. FLIPPED LEARNING
  175. 175. Flipped  Learning  is  a  way  to   get  the  teacher…
  176. 176. Flipped  Learning  
 Allows  for… Relationships,
  177. 177. Flipped  Learning  
 Allows  for… Differentiation*
  178. 178. Flipped  Learning  
 Allows  for… Personalization,
  179. 179. Flipped  Learning  
 Allows  for… Time%
  180. 180. Flipped  Learning  causes  a   transfer  of  ownership…
  181. 181. REGARDLESS
  182. 182. RECOMMENDATIONS  FOR   ADMINISTRATORS
  183. 183. Class  won’t  look  like  this
  184. 184. Learning  Spaces
  185. 185. Give  them  Time  to  Change
  186. 186. Give  them  Time  to  Collaborate
  187. 187. Give  them  Permission  to  Make  Mistakes
  188. 188. Ask:  Are  students  engaged—Teacher   evaluaAon  will  need  to  look  different
  189. 189. Encouragement
  190. 190. Give  them  IT  Support
  191. 191. Hiring
  192. 192. Buffer
  193. 193. Be  a  sounding  board
  194. 194. MODEL IT: FLIPYOUR FACULTY MEETINGS
  195. 195. HOWTO MANAGE CHANGE
  196. 196. CLOSING CHALLENGE
  197. 197. How to Start a Movement
  198. 198. A Challenge
  199. 199. 5-5-5

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