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A visual description of the flipped class and its benefits

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  • The traditional classroom: T delivers lesson to S, S go home to do homework alone, next day a few questions might be asked. Teacher is at the center, T responsible for learning.
  • But so many things were mismatched – the amount of time spent delivering the lesson was either too little or too much for most S.
  • When the work was being done, the T and the S were not in the same place
  • And when they were in the same place, there wasn’t enough time for one teacher to answer everyone’s questions. But in the flipped class…..
  • And when they were in the same place, there wasn’t enough time for one teacher to answer everyone’s questions. But in the flipped class…..
  • ….thanks to technology, we can shift the outer circle
  • So that people, places, and times are much better aligned
  • S can take as long or as little time as they need to watch a lesson
  • Homework done in class, (can’t call it homework anymore) while the teacher is there
  • ….to answer questions, offer help, and do jit teaching
  • Now all this time is available for
  • Everyone to learn together
  • And the line between T and S
  • Gets blurred as students take more responsibility for their own learning, and teacher becomes lead learner
  • T is no longer at the centre, T can now be guide on the side as students collaborate on work
  • …..both T and S can offer individual help to other students
  • And the entire cycle is student-centered

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  • 1. Teacher-centered traditional classroom, which was full of mismatches:Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 2. Mismatch #1: lesson time comprehension time for most studentsAudrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 3. Mismatch #2: students alone doing homework when they need help the mostAudrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 4. Mismatch #3: too many questions for one teacher, or too few due to no homework done!Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 5. Thanks to technology:Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 6. Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 7. …we can shift the outer circle….Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 8. ...so that people, place, and time are much better aligned!Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 9. Students can take as long or as little time as they need to watch and get the lesson.Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 10. Work is done in class with the teacher there….Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 11. To do just-in-time teaching!Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 12. But that’s not all: Now all of this time…..Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 13. ….is available for everyone to learn together.Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 14. And the line between teacher and students blurs…Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 15. As students assume more responsibility for their learningAudrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 16. Teacher center since students collaborate, investigate in groups.Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 17. Now teacher and students help other students. ? ? ? ?Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
  • 18. And now the entire cycle is student-centered. ? ? ? ?Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012