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The Flipped Classroom:
How to Flip and not Flop
(Including 10 Tips for New
Players)

Designing our
Learning Futures:
Techn...
#DoLF13

slideshare.net/jembwilliams
1. So what is a
flipped classroom
anyway?
In the higher education context:
• A form of
in which students access content
online (e.g. short videos, podcasts
and read...
2. Why flip in
the first place?
Sleeping in Class
Level: Beginner
Jody Steel
Source: http://fyspringfield.tumblr.com/post/40611085814/can-we-just-take-a-moment-to-appreciate-the-issues
“The world of MOOCs is creating a
competition that will force every
professor to improve his or her pedagogy
or face an on...
3. What do you
have to do to be
able to flip?
A curator is an
information
chemist. He or
she mixes atoms
together in a way
to build an infomolecule.

Robert Scoble
4. So what happens
once you’ve created
and curated?
5. How to avoid
flopping
Tip # 1:
• Consider starting with an
open Q&A session (15-20
mins) on the module
currently being studied
Tip # 2:

•

Don’t make cosmetic
changes to give the
appearance of flipping

•

Resist the urge to lecture

•

Pull up mat...
Tip # 3:
• Develop authentic learning
activities around
unstructured problems that
invite multiple responses
• Open-ended ...
7508GBS: Managing Sustainable
Enterprise

• Identify three organisations and the progress (or
otherwise) that they have ma...
Tip # 4:
• Some students will come to
class and expect you to do
all the work
• Also expect students to
come unprepared
• ...
Tip # 5:

Facilitate,
prompt,
probe

Flipping ≠
bludging
Tip # 6:
• Ensure assessment
activities are aligned with
the pedagogy
• Multi-choice tests at the end
of semester are inco...
Tip # 7:
• You are the SME but new
content comes thick and
fast
• Encourage learners to share
materials they find
• Acting...
Tip # 8:
• Learning is creation, not
consumption.
• Knowledge is not something a
learner absorbs, but
something a learner ...
Tip # 9:
• Rethink timetabling of classes
• High quality online content
may mean fewer F2F classes
• F2F classes may be bl...
SUMMARY:
participatory
authentic

flexible

Learner centric: student as consumer
and producer of knowledge

Assessment of ...
authenticlearning.wordpress.com

Thank you for not
sleeping
profjeremybwilliams
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players)
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    1. 1. The Flipped Classroom: How to Flip and not Flop (Including 10 Tips for New Players) Designing our Learning Futures: Technology-Enhanced Learning Symposium 31 Oct 2013 Source: flickr.com/photos/kevinkendaru/
    2. 2. #DoLF13 slideshare.net/jembwilliams
    3. 3. 1. So what is a flipped classroom anyway?
    4. 4. In the higher education context: • A form of in which students access content online (e.g. short videos, podcasts and readings), and interact with peers and faculty in asynchronous discussion activities • This frees up time previously allocated to lectures for more , interactive F2F (face-to-face) sessions
    5. 5. 2. Why flip in the first place?
    6. 6. Sleeping in Class Level: Beginner
    7. 7. Jody Steel
    8. 8. Source: http://fyspringfield.tumblr.com/post/40611085814/can-we-just-take-a-moment-to-appreciate-the-issues
    9. 9. “The world of MOOCs is creating a competition that will force every professor to improve his or her pedagogy or face an online competitor … When outstanding becomes so easily available, average is over.” Thomas L. Friedman
    10. 10. 3. What do you have to do to be able to flip?
    11. 11. A curator is an information chemist. He or she mixes atoms together in a way to build an infomolecule. Robert Scoble
    12. 12. 4. So what happens once you’ve created and curated?
    13. 13. 5. How to avoid flopping
    14. 14. Tip # 1: • Consider starting with an open Q&A session (15-20 mins) on the module currently being studied
    15. 15. Tip # 2: • Don’t make cosmetic changes to give the appearance of flipping • Resist the urge to lecture • Pull up material curated/ created to explain/ clarify
    16. 16. Tip # 3: • Develop authentic learning activities around unstructured problems that invite multiple responses • Open-ended problems can be asynchronous online discussions or in-class activities
    17. 17. 7508GBS: Managing Sustainable Enterprise • Identify three organisations and the progress (or otherwise) that they have made in becoming more sustainable enterprises • Which is ‘good’, which is ‘bad’, and which is plain ‘ugly’? • Put together a 15-minute presentation, summarising how you would go about managing these organisations.
    18. 18. Tip # 4: • Some students will come to class and expect you to do all the work • Also expect students to come unprepared • Peer pressure will ensure they pull their weight in
    19. 19. Tip # 5: Facilitate, prompt, probe Flipping ≠ bludging
    20. 20. Tip # 6: • Ensure assessment activities are aligned with the pedagogy • Multi-choice tests at the end of semester are inconsistent with a problem-based learning approach
    21. 21. Tip # 7: • You are the SME but new content comes thick and fast • Encourage learners to share materials they find • Acting as co-contributors to the curriculum increases
    22. 22. Tip # 8: • Learning is creation, not consumption. • Knowledge is not something a learner absorbs, but something a learner creates
    23. 23. Tip # 9: • Rethink timetabling of classes • High quality online content may mean fewer F2F classes • F2F classes may be blocks of time once a month, for example
    24. 24. SUMMARY: participatory authentic flexible Learner centric: student as consumer and producer of knowledge Assessment of learning grounded in reality: outcome driven learning; learning that lasts beyond the test Multi-modal in format: catering to different learning styles and different life styles
    25. 25. authenticlearning.wordpress.com Thank you for not sleeping profjeremybwilliams
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