A Year in a Flipped Classroom:                     Why flip?         June Wall             © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGH...
• Disclaimer                   Housekeeping   – The views and opinions are those of the presenters and     are provided as...
To flip or not to flip –is that the question?     © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
What is a flipped classroom?• Predominant view is that a flipped classroom  is one where the “lecture” is studied by the  ...
Research• Action research (various) and research such as  Dr. Jeremy Renner all state the positives and  negatives – a pos...
Dr Renner’s guidelines • The expectation of spending time doing homework should be clear • A flipped class implementation ...
http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED   7
http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED   8
http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED   9
http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED   10
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http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic                    Cons1. Students don’t need more screen ...
Why has the flipped classroom         taken off?                                                     photo by Jurvetson   ...
http://classroomwindow.com/flipped-classrooms-improved-test-scores-and-teacher-satisfaction/                           © E...
The main points of this model•   Video production to disseminate content•   Students watch videos after school•   Variety ...
My purpose• To differentiate learning to the individual level• To engage the students for them to want to learn• To model ...
A different version of flipping• Variety of input types – video, research,  directed reading / listening• Variety and indi...
My intended outcomes• Students would cover the subject content by Wk 3 of  Term 4• Students would develop digital literacy...
International                                                                                Studies is my                ...
What had the students learnt?• Socratic questioning technique• An ability to critically reflect on their own and others  w...
So was I successful?From my point of view – yesFrom the grades/marks point of view – yesFrom the relationships in the clas...
Recap outcomes• Students would cover the subject content by Wk 3 of  Term 4• Students would develop digital literacy capab...
My contact detailsjunewallonline@gmail.com    Twitter @junewall     © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
In Closing       PowerPoint presentationshttp://www.slideshare.net/kbonanno/               Future events   http://eduwebin...
Boosting your professional competence© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED   25
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http://eduwebinar.com.au | June Wall shares the rationale of a flipped classroom and the possible end results for student learning. This is the first presentation in a series of three webinars.

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A year in a flipped classroom: why flip?

  1. 1. A Year in a Flipped Classroom: Why flip? June Wall © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  2. 2. • Disclaimer Housekeeping – The views and opinions are those of the presenters and are provided as general information which will require further research to identify the application of the specific requirements to the participant.• Restrictions – Eduwebinar Pty Ltd does NOT give permission for any capture, recording or reproduction of this webinar in any format. © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  3. 3. To flip or not to flip –is that the question? © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  4. 4. What is a flipped classroom?• Predominant view is that a flipped classroom is one where the “lecture” is studied by the students at night and practice or consolidation activities occur in the classroom. © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  5. 5. Research• Action research (various) and research such as Dr. Jeremy Renner all state the positives and negatives – a positive result is dependant on the preparation and philosophy used in the implementation. © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  6. 6. Dr Renner’s guidelines • The expectation of spending time doing homework should be clear • A flipped class implementation does not have to be “all or nothing” • Students do not automatically prefer cooperative group work, nor do they intuitively know how to work in a group successfully • Teachers do not have to create all of their own content for a flipped class • Lecturing is not bad pedagogy, but it should not be the primary or sole means of instruction • Pre-testing in K-12 classes warrants further study • Students respond to multiple means of representationhttp://education.cu-portland.edu/blog/students-faculty-alumni/new-study-on-the-flipped-classroom-by-concordias-dr-jeremy-renner-shows-mixed-results/ © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  7. 7. http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 7
  8. 8. http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 8
  9. 9. http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 9
  10. 10. http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 10
  11. 11. © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 11
  12. 12. http://elearningindustry.com/flipped-classroom-2012-infographic Cons1. Students don’t need more screen or computer time!2. Students dont need more homework!3. Access to mobile devices and the internet can be inequitable4. Market forces will allow content producers to get richer! © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 12
  13. 13. Why has the flipped classroom taken off? photo by Jurvetson (flickr) © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  14. 14. http://classroomwindow.com/flipped-classrooms-improved-test-scores-and-teacher-satisfaction/ © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  15. 15. The main points of this model• Video production to disseminate content• Students watch videos after school• Variety of learning activities during class• Allows for differentiation in learning activitieshttp://www.learningunlimitedllc.com/2013/03/6-steps-to-a-flipped-classroom/ © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  16. 16. My purpose• To differentiate learning to the individual level• To engage the students for them to want to learn• To model the process for other teachers to consider ....• To show both students and teachers that risk is part of learning....• I had introduced a new subject to the school for precisely this purpose © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  17. 17. A different version of flipping• Variety of input types – video, research, directed reading / listening• Variety and individualised learning plans• Classroom time was spent in discussion and student teaching. © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  18. 18. My intended outcomes• Students would cover the subject content by Wk 3 of Term 4• Students would develop digital literacy capabilities• Students would choose what they wanted to learn about after the core was completed.• Students would select methods of presenting work• Students would be self motivated and operate at higher levels on the Blooms taxonomy © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  19. 19. International Studies is my favourite subject! What did the students think? I liked being able to I really liked the complete the whole class discussions course by the end of Term 3! It took me a while to get used to notI hated having to being told exactly think about what I had to questions …. present! © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  20. 20. What had the students learnt?• Socratic questioning technique• An ability to critically reflect on their own and others work• An ability to think about what they wanted to present and select the most appropriate tool• Research skills improved !!!!!!• Attitudes to other nationalities changed (for the better) © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  21. 21. So was I successful?From my point of view – yesFrom the grades/marks point of view – yesFrom the relationships in the classroom – yesStudents ability to argue and substantiate a case –yesFrom the parents – yes! © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  22. 22. Recap outcomes• Students would cover the subject content by Wk 3 of Term 4• Students would develop digital literacy capabilities• Students would choose what they wanted to learn about after the core was completed.• Students would select methods of presenting work• Students would be self motivated and operate at higher levels on the Blooms taxonomy - mostly © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  23. 23. My contact detailsjunewallonline@gmail.com Twitter @junewall © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  24. 24. In Closing PowerPoint presentationshttp://www.slideshare.net/kbonanno/ Future events http://eduwebinar.com.au/webinars Follow us on Twitter @eduwebinarhttp://www.facebook.com/karenbonanno Membership http://eduwebinar.com.au/membership © EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
  25. 25. Boosting your professional competence© EDUWEBINAR PTY LTD | ALL RIGHTS RESERVED 25
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