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  • 1. Lesson Itinerary ❖ Pass in Graphic Organizers ❖ POP QUIZ (5-7 mins) ❖ Flipped Classroom Pres. (8-10 mins) ❖ Assessment (5-7 mins) ❖ FLUBAROO (Google Script) ❖ Differentiated Instruction
  • 2. Advanced Trends ELEM/SCED 663 Drew Lloyd Greg Welch & Nick Davis The Flipped Classroom
  • 3. Pedagogy of the Flipped Classroom ❖ Classwork is better than Lecturing ❖ Pre-Teaching Replacing Homework ❖Student Centered Learning ❖ Self-Regulation “The Flipped Classroom is not a methodology. It is an Ideology.” -BRIAN BENNETT
  • 4. History of the Flipped Classroom❖ Eric Mazur in 1990 ❖ Peer Instruction ❖ Led to the Flipped Classroom ❖ Salman Khan in 2004 ❖ Khan Academy in 2009 ❖ Aaron Sams in 2012 ❖ Wrote the Book “Flip your Classroom”
  • 5. Applying the Flip ❖ Assign a ‘Pre-Teach’ Lesson ❖ Online video and Podcasts ❖ Formative Assessment ❖ Differentiated Classwork
  • 6. Benefits From the Flip ❖ More Time Assessing ❖ More Time for Guided Learning ❖ one on one ❖ Peer Learning ❖ Empowers the Student ❖ Happiness Through Autonomy Drive Daniel Pink
  • 7. The 4 T’s of Autonomy ❖ People are Happiest when they Control TEAM TASK TIME TECHNIQUEHow We Learn When We Learn Who We Learn With What We Learn
  • 8. Limitations and Pitfalls ❖ Technology Dependent ❖ Tech Literacy is Required ❖ Not ALL Lessons need to be Flipped ❖ Become ‘The Guide on the Side’ ❖ More Work for Teachers ❖ Keep Lessons Short (~10 Mins)
  • 9. The Results Are In!!! ❖ Flubaroo ❖ Free Google Script ❖ Auto Assessment ❖ Data Used for Differentation
  • 10. Differentiated Activities ❖ Low ❖ Activity 1- Direct Instruction ❖ Activity 2 - Card Game ❖ Medium ❖ Activity 3 - Quizlet ❖ Activity 4 - Peer Learning ❖ High ❖ Activity 5 - Extension
  • 11. Q & A ❖ Check your Email!!!

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