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  • Podcasts and the “Flipped” Classroom Frederick Community College Evan Evans Erum MarfaniEevans@frederick.edu EMarfani@frederick.edu AFACCT „12 Conference, Montgomery College-Rockville Session 5.12 Room SW-114-C
  • PODCASTS AND THE“FLIPPED” CLASSROOM Evan Evans & Erum Marfani
  • Introduction• Define Podcasts • What, Why, How, When, Where• Create a Podcast with a Tablet Laptop (PC)• Describe a 50/50 Class• How to “Flip” a classroom• Create a Podcast with an iPad2• Answer Questions
  • What is a Podcasts• 2004-Ben Hammersley coined the term “podcasts” • Digital media files • Netcast • Screencasts • Non-streamed webcasts• Plays on any computer (Mac or PC), smartphones, mp3 player, iPod, or iPad
  • How to create a PodcastHardware: • Tablet computer • iPadSoftware: • Screencasting/Podcasting software • App
  • Create a Podcast• Tablet PC• Apple iPad2
  • Why use a Podcasts• Flexibility • Wide variety of topics • Incorporate graphs, photos, tutorials • Makes it personable• Easy/Quick to use • Small learning curve • “Sky‟s the limit”• Comfortable medium (for students)• Multiple learning styles
  • 50/50 CLASS
  • What is it?• First half of the class is lecture• Second half is active learning.• Works best for four credit courses that meet twice a week (each class is at least 1 hour and 40 minutes)
  • How does it work?• Lecture is presented on slides; students are given slides/notes.• Lecture is interactive where material and examples are presented and students work on more examples during lecture.• After lecture is active learning portion: students work on 10-15 problems from that day‟s topic in groups while instructor walks around answering questions.
  • What are the pros?• Students get a lot of practice with the material in class where they have access to resources like the instructor and their classmates.• This makes homework a lot easier for them.• Since they‟re given notes, we can fly through the presentation and move onto what‟s really important: them getting their hands dirty with the problems.
  • What are the cons?• Some might argue that we‟re making it too easy by giving them notes.• Well, students take their own notes on the handouts.• What‟s our job: teach the math or teach note-taking?• Hence, there aren‟t any cons.
  • Example• Section 5.6 and 5.7 slides• Section 5.6 and 5.7 notes
  • “Flip” Classroom
  • Where to use a Podcast• Online Courses• Face-to-Face courses• Output portal: • BlackBoard, Angel, Website, E-mail
  • When to use a PodcastResponding to a homework questionDemonstrating: • How to use the calculator • Targets • TutorialsSupplementing information
  • Questions? Podcasts and the “Flipped” Classroom Frederick Community College Evan Evans Erum MarfaniEevans@frederick.edu EMarfani@frederick.edu AFACCT „12 Conference, Montgomery College-Rockville Session 5.12 Room SW-114-C