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  • 1. Sebastian Gluzman. NOTE: the graphs are from the original presentation at : classroom/
  • 2. Flipping instruction “Flip your instruction so that students watch and listen to your lectures… for homework, and then use your precious class-time for what previously, often, was done in homework: tackling difficult problems, working in groups, researching, collaborating, crafting and creating” - Jonathan Martin
  • 3. Pros Students and teachers have a dialogue and exchange ideas (regardless of locations). Lectures become homework and class time is used for collaborative student work, experiential exercises, debate, and lab work. Enables students to access courses at higher- level institutions, allowing them to progress at their own pace. Jackie Gerstein, Ed.D. – retrieved from
  • 4. Cons “whatever they want to do” class- time: barrier to implement this model. Many teachers do not know what to do within the classroom if there is less instruction. Lack of access to technology. Not all students learn well on their own. Same class lecture, but in a video
  • 5. Getting started- steps: Collect/create your resources. Outline for script. Record presentation. Publish presentation. Develop an interactive component - invite students to respond.
  • 6. Examples - practice – lecture - Flip tool  Tutorial
  • 7. 21st Century Education
  • 8. 21st Century Skills
  • 9. 1- EngageThe cycle begins with anexperiential exercise. Authentic, often hands-on learning activity that engagesthe student. Get attention andinterest of the student. Warm-up activity inclass, group activity.
  • 10. 2. “The What” – understandStudents learn somethingnew.The new concept is presentedvia video lecture, onlinetext/readings etc. Students viewcontent- rich videos.Students have control ofpace: when and how themedia is used. Videos can be embedded in VoiceThreat and students can react/post comments.Students interact with teacherby submitting questions or Teacher can answer questionscomments on a comment in that document or in next classsection/chat (Google Docs)
  • 11. 3. Making sense - applyPut knowledge into practiceStudents are tested about theirunderstanding of the content
  • 12. 4. CreateStudents apply the material in a way thatmakes sense to them.Students create something personal thatapply to their lives.
  • 13. The Flipped Classroom Model Jackie Gerstein.
  • 14. Foreign Language reslources: Flipped Classroom (2) Flipped Classroom (3) Flipped Classroom (4) Flipped Classroom (5) Flipped Classroom (6) Flipped Classroom (7) Flipped Classroom (8) Flipped Classroom (9) Flipped Classroom (10) Flipped Classroom (11) Flipped Classroom (12) Flipped Classroom (13)