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  • 1. Sebastian Gluzman. NOTE: the graphs are from the original presentation at : http://www.knewton.com/flipped- 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 http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/
  • 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 Present.me VoiceThread.com - practice Voicethread.com – lecture http://ed.ted.com/ - Flip tool  http://www.screenr.com/OJA8- 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. http://usergeneratededucation.wordpress.com/
  • 14. Foreign Language reslources:http://tinyurl.com/cmnj474The Flipped Classroom (2) http://t.co/U3naRhHJThe Flipped Classroom (3) http://t.co/SZXUfangThe Flipped Classroom (4)http://t.co/5bKjrxt1The Flipped Classroom (5) http://t.co/DKj0ALItThe Flipped Classroom (6) http://t.co/NIpiXt8OThe Flipped Classroom (7) http://t.co/cXRwRIlXThe Flipped Classroom (8) http://t.co/44dzlTMcThe Flipped Classroom (9) http://t.co/ypmiuvptThe Flipped Classroom (10) http://t.co/kOE6wgtHThe Flipped Classroom (11) http://t.co/01X8N001The Flipped Classroom (12) http://t.co/aONzSNXEThe Flipped Classroom (13) http://t.co/VrL4LAIp