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Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
Flipped Classroom PLU Session
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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

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