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  • Began with a way to give kids missed assignments.
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    • 1. The Flippin’ Classroom Kimberly Huegerich South Hamilton CSD Jewell, IA
    • 2. What is it?Work of Jonathon Bergman & Aaron Sams (2007)
    • 3. Asynchronous learningEducational “lecture” videos = homeworkPractice, application = class activities
    • 4. Why?vs
    • 5. How?
    • 6. Let’s practice!Goals Video: http://bit.ly/QgK8UzExplanation Doc: http://bit.ly/Osuze7ExamplesTry it!
    • 7. Conversation Ideas
    • 8. http://pechaflickr.cogdogblog.com• pechaflickr = the sound of flickring• Can you improv? Enter a tag, and see how well you can make sense of 20 random flickr photos (or any other number), each one on screen for 20 seconds.
    • 9. Scrabble
    • 10. Two Dogs Dining
    • 11. Commercial voice-overs
    • 12. How to manage?
    • 13. I’m not in a 1:1 school!My students don’t have internet access! • download at school, watch at night • Before/after school
    • 14. SKYPE http://bit.ly/OsC7gQ
    • 15. ResultsBYU test – statistical data average 20-25 pts higher I – 1/3 above historic average II – ¼ above historic average III – ½ above historic averageGreater confidence to try new things conversation = up confidence = downFaster learning and greater retention of grammar
    • 16. ¿Preguntas? Kimberly A Huegerich