Flipping the learning in mfl #ililc4

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Flipping the learning in mfl #ililc4

  1. 1. the learning in MFL The story so far... ‘Flipping’ Miss Sadie McLachlan @missmclachlan #fliplanguk Teacher of MFL www.fliplearningmfl.blogspot.com Wildern School, Hampshire
  2. 2. Ever set homework and...? ★ ... counted the same mistake 30 times? ★ ... wonder what you even taught them the lesson before? ★ ... had to teach something again to rectify misconceptions? ★ ... have countless excuses as to why it was too hard to complete?
  3. 3. What is ‘flipped’ learning? ★ Turns homework on its head ★ Takes the presentation element home ★ Becomes opportunity for students to apply knowledge / practise in the classroom
  4. 4. ★ Differentiated classrooms ★ Mastery learning ★ More class time ★ 1:1 tuition ★ Independent learners ★ Engaging & motivating ★ Make use of new technologies Benefits
  5. 5. A ‘Wildern’ Flipped Lesson Teachers frantically prepare video, teaching themselves how to use new app in 20 mins Video uploaded to YouTube & VLE. Students set ‘flipped’ homework, 1 week to complete ‘Flipped’Lesson: Students seated depending homework results, independently complete le Evening activities before ‘flipped’ lesson, teacher collates homework results
  6. 6. A ‘Wildern’ Flipped Lesson Teachers frantically prepare video, teaching themselves how to use new app in 20 mins Students set ‘flipped’ homework, 1 week to complete Video uploaded to YouTube & VLE. Evening before ‘flipped’ lesson, teacher collates homework results
  7. 7. Google Form embedde d on VLE the homework task Sort results by teacher Download responses as spreadsheet
  8. 8. collating the results This is what the Google Form Responses looks like
  9. 9. collating the results
  10. 10. collating the results First Flipped Lesson: Purple 9 Red 8 Amber 8 Green 7 32 Second Flipped lesson: Purple 6 Amber 7 Green 19 32
  11. 11. lesson plan
  12. 12. pupil feedback “people can help you” “really fun” “homework can get boring” “work at your own pace” “more relaxing lessons”
  13. 13. ★ ★ ★ ★ Technical difficulties technology can, and WILL, fail on you Pitfalls At the mercy of your students - if they don’t complete the task, your lesson plan is useless Lengthy planning process - be prepared for trial and error Students need training in this new model of learning ✓Have a paper back up; publish your video on multiple sites ✓Sanction as per any other homework task - they get there eventually ✓Join forces! Recruit a colleague or two to share the load ✓So train them! Practise in class, excellent study habits
  14. 14. Myths & Legends FALSE: You NEED an iPad You NEED to make videos Your school NEEDS 1:1 technology TRUE: ✓You NEED to be organised ✓You NEED to get pupils on board ✓You NEED to be prepared for a challenge ✓You NEED to be prepared to take a step back... this is terrifying! ✓You NEED to experiment!
  15. 15. Input / Output ★ Explain Everything (or ShowMe, Educreations) ★ iMovie ★ Windows Movie Maker ★ Powtoon ★ Edynco ★ Audioboo
  16. 16. Who should I @javiera1974 @fcharidine follow? @mrsdmfl @joquatsch @missmclachla @spanishsam n @aurelagazel @srawitten @chemicalsams @karenclarke79 @jbretzmann @srapontarelli
  17. 17. Where can I find out more? ★ Twitter hashtags: #fliplanguk #flippedclassroom #wildernflip #fliplang ★ Joining in with a Google Hangout On Air, or watching a few back on YouTube ★ Blogs: www.fliplearningmfl.blogspot.co.uk ★ Our YouTube Channel WildernMFLFlip

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