FLIPPED
LEARNING
Overview
Helaine W. Marshall
LIU-Hudson
IEPIS Academic Session
TESOL 2014
Flipped Learning Network logo u...
Do you know of anyone
who has flipped a class? Text to:
37607
or
Respond at:
pollev.com/lainemarsh
Definition from
Flipped Learning
Network, 2014
§ Eric Mazur (1997) – College classes
§ “peer instruction”
§ Maureen Lage, Glenn Platt & Michael
Treglia (2000)
§ “inv...
§ One of six technology topics featured out
of master list of more than 50 tracked
technologies
§ Near term category, Ti...
§ Instructional Foundations
§ Three K-12 Case Studies
§ FL & Higher Education
§ Perceptions of Stakeholders
§ Concern...
§ Benefits Found
§ Learner engagement
§ Time for collaborative activities
§ Increase in scores, grades,
mastery
§ Iss...
© 2013 Flipped Learning Network
§ SLA
§ Comprehension
§ Comprehensible input
from multiple sources
§ Interaction
§ Meaningful interaction
with instru...
§ IEP
§ Setting the stage for college
courses
§ Ease of differentiating across
skill levels
§ Opportunities for projec...
Yu Jung Han
EAP Program
Juniata College,
Huntingdon, PA
Based on the Four Pillars of F-L-I-PTM
Key questions to ask – look fors
Framework for implementation of FL
Not grade level...
Instructional
Videos
In-Class
Collaboration
Observation
Feedback
Assessment
Adapted from Bergmann & Sams, 2012; Musallam, ...
I personally like this flip classroom so far. I can
spend my time study as much as I want and flip
classroom makes my stud...
So…FLIP IT!!!
helaine.marshall@liu.edu
Contact:
Helaine
Marshall
LIU – Hudson
Purchase, NY
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  1. 1. FLIPPED LEARNING Overview Helaine W. Marshall LIU-Hudson IEPIS Academic Session TESOL 2014 Flipped Learning Network logo used with permission. Exploring the Potential of a Flipped Classroom in ESL Contexts
  2. 2. Do you know of anyone who has flipped a class? Text to: 37607 or Respond at: pollev.com/lainemarsh
  3. 3. Definition from Flipped Learning Network, 2014
  4. 4. § Eric Mazur (1997) – College classes § “peer instruction” § Maureen Lage, Glenn Platt & Michael Treglia (2000) § “inverting the classroom” § Jon Bergmann & Aaron Sams (2012) K-12 classes § “flipped learning” Origins
  5. 5. § One of six technology topics featured out of master list of more than 50 tracked technologies § Near term category, Time-to-Adoption Horizon: One Year or Less § Digital Strategy: using devices and software to enrich teaching and learning, whether inside or outside of the classroom § Innovation: transcend conventional ideas and learning activities to create something that is new, meaningful, and 21st century NMC Horizon Report: 2014 Higher Education Edition
  6. 6. § Instructional Foundations § Three K-12 Case Studies § FL & Higher Education § Perceptions of Stakeholders § Concerns about FL Hamdan, N., McKnight, P., McKnight, K. & Arfstrom, K.M. (2013). A Review of Flipped Learning. Flipped Learning Network: Arlington, VA. A Review of Flipped Learning -2013-
  7. 7. § Benefits Found § Learner engagement § Time for collaborative activities § Increase in scores, grades, mastery § Issues Raised § Nothing new here § Access to technology § Lack of motivation Hamdan, N., McKnight, P., McKnight, K. & Arfstrom, K.M. (2013). A Review of Flipped Learning. Flipped Learning Network: Arlington, VA. A Review of Flipped Learning -2013-
  8. 8. © 2013 Flipped Learning Network
  9. 9. § SLA § Comprehension § Comprehensible input from multiple sources § Interaction § Meaningful interaction with instructor and peers § Critical thinking skills § Cognitively demanding/ intellectually challenging Relevance to our field?
  10. 10. § IEP § Setting the stage for college courses § Ease of differentiating across skill levels § Opportunities for project- based learning Relevance to our field?
  11. 11. Yu Jung Han EAP Program Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA
  12. 12. Based on the Four Pillars of F-L-I-PTM Key questions to ask – look fors Framework for implementation of FL Not grade level or subject area specific Basis for action research projects on FL Flipped Learning Network Checklist for Instructors March 2014
  13. 13. Instructional Videos In-Class Collaboration Observation Feedback Assessment Adapted from Bergmann & Sams, 2012; Musallam, 2013 Exploration Flipped Learning Cycle
  14. 14. I personally like this flip classroom so far. I can spend my time study as much as I want and flip classroom makes my study livelier. Reading text book alone can be bored some time. As…English learner…, I have some difficulties catching something in class. Flip classroom helps me a lot. However, I still like to go to class and have real conversation with Dr. M and my classmates. Nattasiri from Thailand Quote from student on flipped learning
  15. 15. So…FLIP IT!!! helaine.marshall@liu.edu Contact: Helaine Marshall LIU – Hudson Purchase, NY

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