Professor Amy E. Gillam, M.Ed.
1. Please select a photograph from the front
table that best describes you.
2. Pick up 3 sets of papers
3. Help yourself to refreshments in the hall!
-BlackBoard, Textbook, etc.
About Me Glog” Activity
for Week 2
Why you chose the picture
Your teaching background (past, current, future)
A few interests of yours
Which picture best describes your experience with
● Hands On During Class
● “Homework” to prepare background
knowledge for the next week
● No official break - take one when you
● Feel free to eat and drink during class just be careful of the equipment
● Office hours before or after class
Thinking about Technology
● Technology Human Bingo
● Find a person for each box.
Sign their name
● First two people to fill up the
whole sheet wins a prize
● Way to get to know each other
● Way to assess prior knowledge
of a subject
Flipped Classroom Activity
As a group you will work together to learn about the Flipped Classroom Model.
On blackboard there are three videos, 4 articles, and 1 infographic for you to use to
gather information. As a group, you may decide how you will use the information.
Use markers and chart paper to create a visual that answers the following questions:
What is the meaning of a Flipped Classroom?
What is the role of the educator in a Flipped Classroom?
What is the role of the student in a Flipped Classroom?
What are your impressions of a Flipped Classroom?
What questions do you still have about a Flipped Classroom
All About Me Glog
an “All About Me” Glog.
Outline for description
Rubrics to see how you will be graded
●Your family, interests, hobbies
●Insert Animated Graphic
●YouTube Video (optional)
●Insert Sound (optional)
Publish as Public and visit Class Glog
Homework for Week 2
Digital Natives and
SAMR Model of
Read Chapter One
Study Guide or Questions
Weekly Reflection Journal
Watch Flipped Videos
Image Source: http://sha3teely.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/float-06.jpg
Work for Week 2
Watch the following videos and be prepared to engage in a
“Do You Teach or Do You Educate?”
“A Vision of K-12 Students Today”