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Flipping the Classroom - Activating didactical approach and the Flipped Classroom model - Olaf de Groot

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During a MEDEAnet webinar on 21 March 2013, Olaf de Groot (Stichting Kennisnet, the Netherlands) introduced the Flipped Classroom model and the didactical approach needed for it. …

During a MEDEAnet webinar on 21 March 2013, Olaf de Groot (Stichting Kennisnet, the Netherlands) introduced the Flipped Classroom model and the didactical approach needed for it.

This webinar was part of the MEDEAnet webinar series, sharing good practices on producing and using educational media. View the recording on www.medeanet.eu/webinars.

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  • 1. FLIPPING THE CLASSROOMActivating didactical approach and the Flipping the Classroom-model
  • 2. What am I going to talk about What is Flipping Didactics and the Classroom? differentiation Why should I? What does it look like? Making a good And the teacher? start
  • 3. In the Netherlands, really popular
  • 4. In short …Definition:“Flipping the Classroom is a way to organise your education. Classicalknowledge transfer is being (partially) replaced with videos or otheronline ways of instruction.Pupils have to watch these instruction videos at home and in class theyhave to apply their knowledge in assignments en practical use.”
  • 5. Why?Sometimes you need to change perspective (turn your head and see)
  • 6. Why?Simple applications make it possible to record classical instructionBUTWhy should you?It costs extra time;You need to change the lessons at school;How can I check if pupils make (watch) their homework?
  • 7. WhyIn other words: which problem does this approach solve?
  • 8. Why Flipping the Classroom?Flipping the Classroom can help in organising education especially with:Personalized Learning;Letting pupils learn at their own pace in their own time;Creating room for achieving 21 st century.
  • 9. A Dutch exampleGeography teacher David Pijpaert, www.davidpijpaert.nl, uses video toinstruct his pupils. With little editing he records his PowerPointpresentations or records a vodcast. He then places this contentonline, for example on www.vimeo.com. Pupils need to watch thesevideos before they can go on in class. https://vimeo.com/60853218
  • 10. Making a GOOD startFlipping the Classroom is more than just showing some videosTwo sides of the story:• Videos contain the parts of the lesson that are suitable for digital offering;• In class USE the time that you get when you don’t give classical instructions anymore!
  • 11. Didactics & differentiationTechnology is contributing to differentiated education:
  • 12. Didactics & differentiationResearch has shown that the use of video:• Students are in control of pace of learning;• Motivates students;• Helps to differentiate;• Helps to reflect;
  • 13. What does it look like?
  • 14. Go beyond the video…. Flipped Mastery
  • 15. What about the teacher? TPACK model, bron: http://tpack.org/
  • 16. What does it require from the teacher?Besides didactical competences the teacher also needs technical skills(ICT competences).
  • 17. www.flippingtheclassroom.kennisnet.nl ictbekwaamheid.kennisnet.nl
  • 18. Flipping the ClassroomQuestions?o.degroot@kennisnet.nl@olafiolio

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