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M&L 2012 - Flipping learning upside-down - by Anton Bollen

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  • 1. FLIPPINGLEARNINGUPSIDEDOWN @antonbollen
  • 2. One of the Biggest Game-Changersin Education
  • 3. VIDEO: In the past…• Great tool for conveying knowledgeBut in the past:• Cumbersome• Location Dependent• Not Flexible• Not Personal• No new or currentcontent
  • 4. VIDEO: Today…• Great Tool for Conveying KnowledgeBut:• Easy to Create• Flexible & Personal• Interactive• Easy to Consume• Location independent
  • 5. FLIPPED CLASSROOM Inverted Classroom ModelHow it „began“:• Two Teachers: Aaron Sams & Jon Bergmann• Record Lecture as Video for Absent Students• Video Lectures became popular amongall Students © Aaron Sams
  • 6. HOW CAN THESE VIDEOS HELP ALLSTUDENTS LEARN?
  • 7. WHERE IS THE PROBLEM?
  • 8. Transfer of Application ofKnowledge Knowledge
  • 9. Transfer of Application ofKnowledge Knowledge
  • 10. IN THE CLASSROOM…• More engaging class-activities, and more of them!• Teacher can identify struggling students or topics• Teacher is in classroom when help is needed• More 1-1 time between students and teachers
  • 11. „I TALK TO EACH STUDENT.EVERY DAY.“– AARON SAMS
  • 12. AT „HOME“• Students can learn at their own speed. • Pause lectures, rewind lectures, review lectures• Students can learn anywhere• Students are motivated because they are in control of their own learning
  • 13. WHO ELSE IS DOING IT? Brian Bennett Dan Spencer
  • 14. MICHIGAN MAP
  • 15. WHERE DOES IT GO FROM HERE?• Students already acquire knowledge • Let them use the at their own time and resources that they at their own pace. can learn from the best.
  • 16. THE MASTERY SYSTEMRevolutions of 1848 in the German StatesWhat You Should Due By RecommendedKnow ResourcesMain Socio- January www.youtube/xzy,economic and 23th wikipedia.org/wiki/…political causesHambacher Fest, January www.youtube/xzy,Events in Baden, 25th infographic found at ...Saxony and BavariaNational Assembly January www.youtube/xzy,in Frankfurt 27th historywebsite.com/…
  • 17. Shelley Wright The Flip: End of a Love Affairhttp://plpnetwork.com/2012/10/08/flip-love-affair/
  • 18. We are facilitators instead of teachersand we have learners instead ofstudents.
  • 19. STOP RECORDINGLONG LECTURESSTART RECORDINGKNOWLEDGE CLIPS
  • 20. KNOWLEDGE CLIPS
  • 21. STUDENTS TEACHING STUDENTS(BY CREATING VIDEOS) © JonSams
  • 22. PROJECT: ASK3
  • 23. Enable & promote those educators that want to make a difference, so they cancontribute to the future of our education.
  • 24. IMPORTANT LINKS & EVENTS!Inverted Classroom Conference and Workshop• 26-27th February in Marburg, Germany• http://invertedclassroom.wordpress.comKennisnet Flipping the Classroom Workshop• 28-29th January in Zoetermeer, NL Talk to me• http://flippingtheclassroom.kennisnet.nlJonatan Academy (Bram Faems) a.bollen@techsmith.com• http://eng.jonatan.be Twitter: Anton Bollen Skype: antonbollenHow people are using TechSmith Software in Education• http://www.techsmith.com/edu

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