What is a

Flipped
Classroom?
Flipped Class
Traditional Class
In Class
1. Lecture via
videos
2. Take notes
3. Some
practice

Home
1. Practice-classwork
...
My Goals:
1) Free or VERY low cost to
students (beyond tuition)
2) Easy Access: multiple
platforms.
3) A way to check thei...
Goal #1: Cost?
1st semester:
Nothing (funded by grant)
nd
2

semester:

less than $10 for workbook.
Goal #2: Easy Access
• Web Page—just “Google”
Ellen Turnell
• Videos—HTML5 format
• Quizzes—Google Forms
Videos—Camtasia
Goal #3:
Checking the Homework

• Quizzes—Google Forms
• Scripts—Formemailer
and Flubaroo
Google
Forms
Scripts:
Formemailer and Flubaroo
Goal #4: NOT Lecture
• Go over quiz questions.
• Have access to internet.
• Be a 1-on-1 teacher.
Typical Day
NEW WORK
If you had to take another
math class, would you take a
class in this format (flipped
classroom)?
45 Yes

7 No

Survey of ...
Class Structure:
4 Tests= 60%
Quizzes=10%
Classwork=10%
Departmental Final=20%
Results
Results-Fall 2012
Flipped

Completion
Rate
and

Success
Rate

75%

All Other
77.1%

24/32

79.2%
**19/24**

**4 A’s 8 B’s ...
Results-Spring 2013
Completion Rate:
22/31= 71.0%
Success Rate:
100%
Flipping Resources
http://flippedclassroom.org/
http://www.flippedclassroom.com/

http://www.techsmith.com/flipped-classro...
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    1. 1. What is a Flipped Classroom?
    2. 2. Flipped Class Traditional Class In Class 1. Lecture via videos 2. Take notes 3. Some practice Home 1. Practice-classwork “homework” 2. Teacher and peers are tutors
    3. 3. My Goals: 1) Free or VERY low cost to students (beyond tuition) 2) Easy Access: multiple platforms. 3) A way to check their “homework” 4) To NOT lecture.
    4. 4. Goal #1: Cost? 1st semester: Nothing (funded by grant) nd 2 semester: less than $10 for workbook.
    5. 5. Goal #2: Easy Access • Web Page—just “Google” Ellen Turnell • Videos—HTML5 format • Quizzes—Google Forms
    6. 6. Videos—Camtasia
    7. 7. Goal #3: Checking the Homework • Quizzes—Google Forms • Scripts—Formemailer and Flubaroo
    8. 8. Google Forms Scripts: Formemailer and Flubaroo
    9. 9. Goal #4: NOT Lecture • Go over quiz questions. • Have access to internet. • Be a 1-on-1 teacher.
    10. 10. Typical Day
    11. 11. NEW WORK
    12. 12. If you had to take another math class, would you take a class in this format (flipped classroom)? 45 Yes 7 No Survey of both 1314 & 0310 Pilot classes
    13. 13. Class Structure: 4 Tests= 60% Quizzes=10% Classwork=10% Departmental Final=20%
    14. 14. Results
    15. 15. Results-Fall 2012 Flipped Completion Rate and Success Rate 75% All Other 77.1% 24/32 79.2% **19/24** **4 A’s 8 B’s 7 C’s 53.0%
    16. 16. Results-Spring 2013 Completion Rate: 22/31= 71.0% Success Rate:
    17. 17. 100%
    18. 18. Flipping Resources http://flippedclassroom.org/ http://www.flippedclassroom.com/ http://www.techsmith.com/flipped-classroom.html

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