Q: What is “flipped instruction”?If you have Socrative Student on youriPad, please open it and answer the abovequestion. (If you don’t have it, you should!Get both SocrativeTeacher andSocrativeStudent) Room Number: 81445
What is “flipping”? It is NOT simply recording lectures It is moving from a teacher-centered classroom to a learner-centered classroom. Allowing more time to work with students Allowing more time for labs, experiments, writing, collaboration, debates, reenactments, PBL, etc. Allowing students to pose questions, work at their own pace and generate discussion Allowing teachers to differentiate and remediate
Okay, but where do I start? Start small!!!! One lesson ***Remember: Not One idea all lessons need to be, can be, or One concept should be flipped! One at a time Examples: Notes Introduction to a unit Directions for an assignment Review for a test Concepts that students will need to remember all year
What Kristy is going to try: MLA Formatting video recording on Explain Everything How to head your paper How to do a works cited page Introduction to Modernism
What can I use to flip instruction? Recorded audio/video Images Supplemental texts Articles Primary documents Podcasts**Key thing to remember: You do not have to reinventthe wheel!! There are a lot of resources alreadyavailable on the internet and you have wonderfulcolleagues who could help create content as well!
So how does the iPad fit intothis? it makes it more convenient and less expensive! Basically Apps for Recording Video: Educreations, ShowMe, ExplainEverything Apps for Recording Voice: GarageBand, Cinch Apps for creating presentations: Keynote, Sliderocket, QuickOffice Apps for gathering and sharing: Evernote, Dropbox, Edmodo, Moodle, YouTube, LiveBinders