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Flipped Classroom Workshop

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Slides for my workshop at the national conference for Prepa Tec 2014 in Guadalajara.

Slides for my workshop at the national conference for Prepa Tec 2014 in Guadalajara.

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    • 1. Flipped Classroom
    • 2. Flipped Classroom Who, What, When, Where and Why Ken Bauer, Spring 2014
    • 3. Flipped Classroom Who, What, When, Where and Why Oh yeah, and how? Ken Bauer, May 2014
    • 4. How I got here • My classes have always been “dynamic” and not so planned ahead. I use markers not power point. • Eric Raymond “An Itch to Scratch” • David Garza’s talk Spring 2012 • I believe a managers job is to provide the tools and space for employees to do their job as well as protect them from distractions. • If that is true, shouldn’t we do the same in managing our students? • Tried it, tried it again, trying again. • Read and read more, listening to podcasts, following others
    • 5. Schedule (probably not) • Who is and should be Flipping? • What is Flipping? • When should I start Flipping? • Where can I go for help on Flipping? • Why do I want to Flip my course? • How to Flip • Student reaction and preparation for Flipping • Tools, Mastery and more • You will NOT “get it” in 3 hours, this is a long journey but one worth taking
    • 6. WHO: Tec21 Teachers • Un profesor que inspire a los alumnos, sea innovador, esté vinculado con la práctica de su profesión y se encuentre a la vanguardia en su disciplina, es el tipo de docente que busca el modelo educativo Tec 21
    • 7. Homework Review • Videos, comments and discussions • Chapter 3 from the book • Podcast, did anyone listen to one? • Tec21 Flipped Learning Video
    • 8. WHAT is Flipping • Discuss, gather and share. • Penguin video and other videos.
    • 9. Activity • Experience what a student sees in class
    • 10. How Ken sees it • Assign activity/hw assignment. • Receive the “deliverable” with the solution. • But how did they get there, what did they learn on the journey to the solution? • That is what I am way more interested in, the process of learning.
    • 11. WHEN should I start? This is up to you and how you want to approach any change to your teaching methods. ACTIVITY: Find resources for your particular area/class. Did anyone find the same resources?
    • 12. WHERE do I go for help? I can't do this by myself. And you shouldn't DISCUSSION: How do you share what you are working on with other colleagues?
    • 13. Why do I want to Flip? Chapter 3 of “FlipYour Classroom, Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day”, Bergmann and Sams, 2012 ACTIVITY: Gather quotes from the internet. Where are we looking for this? What are good sources?
    • 14. How to Flip • Videos, do we need them? If so, how to use them? • What else should be happening “outside” • So now that we moved all that outside, what do we do inside? • Evaluation and what is the purpose and goals?
    • 15. Student Reaction • HackSchool video with Logan LaPlante • What is the student role here? • Are they ready for this? • Mature enough? • Motivated enough? • How does a student watch a video (or read)? • What is the role of administration here?
    • 16. Tools and Software • How to make videos, I recommend Camtasia from TechSmith. Or use Screencast-o-matic • Where to put the videos? • Engage your students with tools, there are so many…. • Engage with other educators in this community • Ted-Ed • Create a video using Camtasia, flip it in ed.ted.com
    • 17. Moving Up Stag e 1 – Basic Flip with little preparation. Stag e 2 – I have videos and active students. Stag e 3 – Mastery and more to come.
    • 18. Mastery • Can we switch to a completely student driven timeline? • How does this play a role in Tec21 • • Ken did it this past semester. Results are mixed but good considering how much I learned.
    • 19. What now? • Get involved • FB Group http://bit.ly/flipmexico (Flip Mexico) and http://bit.ly/tecflip (Tec Internal) • Share your experiences (good and bad) • kenbauer@itesm.mx • http://personal.gda.itesm.mx/kenbauer/ • http://kenbauer.me • http://www.facebook.com/kenbauer • Twitter: @ken_bauer • Google+: http://plus.google.com/+KenBauer