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  • 1. Flipping the Classroom 2013-2014
  • 2. Which is most ________________? A) Gold B) Sand C) Indiana Jones D) Steven Spielberg
  • 3. What am I about to ask? How would most people answer? What is the correct answer and why?
  • 4. What can be discussed after watching this clip?
  • 5. Flipping the Classroom 2013-2014
  • 6. Flipping the Classroom “Flipping a boring lecture from the classroom to the screen of a mobile device [is] the same dehumanizing chatter, just wrapped up in fancy clothing.”
  • 7. Flipping the Classroom “I'll be honest. I get very nervous when I hear education reformists and politicians tout how "incredible" the flipped classroom model, or how it will "solve" many of the problems of education. It doesn't solve anything.”
  • 8. Flipping the Classroom The Flipped Classroom and Blended Learning is NOT: • • • • • An online course. A synonym for online videos. About replacing teachers with videos. Students working without structure. Students spending the entire class staring at a computer screen. • Students working in isolation.
  • 9. Flipping the Classroom The Flipped Classroom IS: • A class where all students are engaged in their learning.
  • 10. Flipping the Classroom Today’s Agenda Beyond the Technology and Videos •The philosophical differences between Flipping the Classroom and Online Learning. •Focus will be on teacher practice, then tools and structures. •Keeping the work load manageable for teachers. •Keeping the work load manageable for students. •How to build in reflective activities to have students think about what they learned, how it will help them, and its relevance. •How to have the students come to class more prepared for discussion, questioning and problem solving . •Partner with a colleague who teaches the same course and share responsibilities and results.
  • 11. Flipping the Classroom Today’s Agenda Questions and Concerns Technology What technology do you have to support the flipped classroom? Reflection You must build in reflective activities to have students think about concepts, how it will help them, and its relevance. Time and Place Where and when will students access these lessons. Lessons Already Created That We Can Access You will probably be surprised.
  • 12. Flipping the Classroom Fostering Curiosity (Ramsey Musallam) vs Mastery Learning (Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams)
  • 13. Flipping the Classroom Different Philosophies
  • 14. Ramsey Musallam Ramsey Musallam, a chemistry teacher at Sacred Heart Cathedral Prep in San Francisco. Musallam is a vocal advocate for tools like flipteaching, tabcasting, video podcasting and screencasting in the classroom. He runs the education blog Cycles of Learning, where he gives written and video tutorials on how to turn everyday apps like Google Docs, screencasting from an iOS device, YouTube, KeepVid and word clouds as effective teaching tools. Musallam received an Ed.D. from the University of San Francisco in 2010.
  • 15. Flipping the Classroom Fostering Curiosity (Ramsey Musallam) vs Mastery Learning (Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams)
  • 16. Bloom’s Taxonomy
  • 17. Bloom’s Taxonomy Remember
  • 18. Bloom’s Taxonomy Understand Remember
  • 19. Bloom’s Taxonomy Apply Understand Remember
  • 20. Bloom’s Taxonomy Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 21. Bloom’s Taxonomy Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 22. Bloom’s Taxonomy Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 23. Cognitive Load •how hard you have to think about something to get it •function of the learning environment •how teacher presents the material
  • 24. Cognitive Load •how hard you have to think about something to get it •function of the learning environment •how teacher presents the material
  • 25. Bloom’s Taxonomy Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 26. Bloom’s Taxonomy Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 27. Typical Classroom Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Classroom 1st Time Seeing Material Understand Remember
  • 28. Typical Classroom Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Classroom 1st Time Seeing Material (Lecture) Understand Remember Individual 2nd Time Seeing Material (HW)
  • 29. First Variation Environment Flip
  • 30. Environment Flip Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember Individual 1st Time Seeing Material (Videos/HW)
  • 31. Environment Flip Classroom 2nd Time Seeing Material (Lecture) Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember Individual 1st Time Seeing Material (Videos/HW)
  • 32. Environment Flip
  • 33. Environment Flip
  • 34. Environment Flip
  • 35. Environment Flip
  • 36. Tools & Resources
  • 37. Second Variation Sequence Flip
  • 38. Take a Walk Around Blooms Taxonomy Sequence Flip - a slightly different approach Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 39. Take a Walk Around Blooms Taxonomy Sequence Flip - a slightly different approach Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 40. Take a Walk Around Blooms Taxonomy Sequence Flip - a slightly different approach Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply 2nd Individual (HW/Video) Understand Remember
  • 41. Take a Walk Around Blooms Taxonomy Sequence Flip - a slightly different approach Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply 2nd: Individual (HW/Video) Understand Remember 3rd: Classroom (Create)
  • 42. Take a Walk Around Blooms Taxonomy Sequence Flip - a slightly different approach Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply 2nd: Individual (HW/Video) Understand Remember 3rd: Classroom (Create)
  • 43. Sequence Flip
  • 44. Sequence Flip Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember
  • 45. Sequence Flip 1. Classroom
  • 46. Sequence Flip 1. Classroom
  • 47. Sequence Flip Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply 2nd Individual (HW/Video) Understand Remember
  • 48. Sequence Flip 2. Home
  • 49. Sequence Flip Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply 2nd: Individual (HW/Video) Understand Remember 3rd: Classroom (Create)
  • 50. Sequence Flip 3. Classroom
  • 51. Sequence Flip Create 1st: Classroom (Lecture) Evaluate Analyze Apply 2nd: Individual (HW/Video) Understand Remember 3rd: Classroom (Create)
  • 52. Tools & Resources
  • 53. Tools & Resources
  • 54. Hosting
  • 55. Hosting
  • 56. Hosting
  • 57. Videos Screencasting Tools PC or Mac Screen-Cast-O-Mattic (free) Jing (free ) Educreations (free) SMART Software Tools for an iPad ScreenChomp (free) Educreations (free) Show Me (free) Explain Everything ($2.99) Doceri (free with in App purchases) Consider Your SMART Phone or Video Camera
  • 58. Flipping the Classroom
  • 59. Videos
  • 60. Videos
  • 61. Videos – “ready made” • • • • • • • YouTube YouTubeClean YouTubeEdit RealPlayer Khan Academy Learn Zillion Educreations
  • 62. Videos
  • 63. Videos
  • 64. Videos
  • 65. Resources Connecting: http://jonbergmann.com/five-great-resources-to-flip-your-class/ One reason that the flipped classroom, and more specifically, flipped learning are growing, is because groups of educators are working together to reflect and improve on the model. Flippedclassroom.org: Join close to 15,000 educators having conversations about flipped learning. There is a group for every conceivable type of educator. We have groups for primary teachers, math teachers, college professors, english teachers and administrators, just to name a few. If the group you are looking for isn’t there, start it. Flippedlearning.org: The nonprofit organization Aaron Sams and I started in 2012 to help teach educators how to flip their classes. #flipclass chat on Twitter. One of the most dynamic groups of educators on twitter is the #flipclass chat group. Follow the hashtag #flipclass and learn from an amazing community of educators. And every Monday night from 8pm-9pm Eastern time join in on a moderated chat time. Blogs There are many excellent blogs about the flipped classroom. Here are a few that I read on a regular basis. Flipped Learning Journal: A great group of flipped class educators who are working together to flip. The call this Co-Flip. The idea is to find other teachers to flip with who may be in a different state. They have excellent blog posts and topics. jonbergmann.com: I hope my blog continues to help and inspire you. Flipping with Kirch: Crystal Kirch is one of the most reflective educators I know. Very thoughtful about her practice. She is a high school math teacher in California. My Flipped Classroom: The blog of 5th grade teacher Delia Bush. She has great thoughts on her transformation to flipped learning
  • 66. Resources Videos: http://jonbergmann.com/five-great-resources-to-flip-your-class/ There are quite a few excellent videos about the flipped classroom. Below are a few that I have used in presentations. Aaron Talks about the Flipped Class (This is the viral video that helped to start it all) Flipped Mastery: I discuss how we moved from the flipped classroom to the FlippedMastery classroom Aaron Talks about Flipped Learning: Featuring Aaron Sams sharing about how flipped learning transformed his classroom What do the students think? I ask students what they think of the flipped class Taking a Risk with At Risk Kids (Clintondale High School) Powerful video about the flipped class working in a low SES school Flipping Out and In–The Matrix and the Flipped Class–A fun video about the flipped class The Flipped Classroom Goes to India: The Flipped Classroom has gone global. This video shows how it is transforming one school in India. A Student’s Take on the Flipped Classroom: Graham Johnson, a math teacher in Canada has produced a great video clip demonstrating how this helps students
  • 67. Resources http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/2013/05/flipped-classroom-2-0-mastery-levelcomptenecy-learning-with-vide http://eduspectiveseattle.wordpress.com/2013/04/17/blended-learning-and-the-flipped-classroom/ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BmGRHjpfGy8 http://flippedclassroom.org/ http://learnzillion.com/lessons http://www.edutopia.org/blog/flipped-classroom-best-practices-andrew-miller Flipped Classroom Examples http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NHVi9OIh-Bc http://www.edutopia.org/blog/film-festival-flipped-classroom http://www.thedailyriff.com/articles/the-flipped-class-conversation-689.php http://williamrodick.tumblr.com/post/22120037573/flip-this-class-the-flipped-classroom-model-has
  • 68. Resources http://bit.ly/ramseytutorials Tube Chop (chop up YouTube vids) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1UDLCkETRRY Keepvid (Download YouTube vids) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hqHQWCeO274 Quicktime (Free mac screencasting) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qkHq4gDnE4 Screencastomatic (Free mac or pc screencasting) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tQeky1RG0jU Google Form Creation (Collect and analyze student responses) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jrQnzjbzr00 Google Form Pivot Table (Visualize and organize student respones) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u35_wRtyv9M Weebly (Create a flexible website) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aBdOgTj7x7o iPhone/iPad (add photos or video) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SMHc3WAEnGc
  • 69. Resources
  • 70. Flipping the Classroom
  • 71. Flipping the Classroom
  • 72. Flipping the Classroom