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Flipped Classroom PLU Session

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This presentation was used during a Professional Learning Session with Greater Atlanta Christian School Teachers.

This presentation was used during a Professional Learning Session with Greater Atlanta Christian School Teachers.

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  • 1. The Flipped Classroom Professional Learning Session Greater Atlanta Christian School
  • 2. How did it start?Did not lecture exclusively before beginningEarly adopters of screencast videos in theclassroom as an instructional toolNo such thing as “the flipped classroom” - no oneowns the term
  • 3. ConceptThat which is traditionally done in class is nowdone at homeThat which is traditionally done as homework isnow done in class
  • 4. Why?Flipping speaks the language of today’s studentsFlipping helps busy studentsFlipping helps struggling studentsFlipping helps students of all abilities to excel
  • 5. Why?Flipping allows students to pause and rewind theirteacherFlipping increases student-teacher interactionFlipping allows teachers to know their studentsbetter
  • 6. Why?Flipping increases student-student interactionFlipping allows for real differentiationFlipping changes classroom managementFlipping changes the way we talk to parents
  • 7. Why?Flipping educates parentsFlipping makes your class transparentFlipping is a great technique for absent teachersFlipping can lead to the flipped-mastery program
  • 8. Bad ReasonsBecause you are told to do soBecause you think it will create a 21st-centuryclassroomBecause you think you will be cutting edgeBecause you think this exempts you from being agood teacherBecause you think it will be easier
  • 9. How?Plan the lesson - is direct instruction the bestvehicle?Create a presentation - keynote or powerpoint -gather images, etc.Write a script - with practice may not be necessaryRecord the video - Use QuicktimeEdit the videoPublish the video
  • 10. How to Make Videos Students will LoveKeep it short.Animate your voice.Create the video with another teacher.Add humor.Don’t waste your students’ time.
  • 11. How to Make Videos Students will LoveAdd annotations.Add callouts.Zoom in and out.Keep it copyright friendly.
  • 12. Class TimeHigher quality activities and interactionsMore engaging activities and interactionsCompatible with project-based learningStudents can create content!
  • 13. Resourceshttp://edudemic.com/2012/03/8-crucial-resources-for-flipped-classrooms/http://cybraryman.com/flipclass.html
  • 14. http://tinyurl.com/gacflippedclassroom