Flipped Learning Overview IEPIS Academic Session TESOL 2014

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  • 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. Do you know of anyone who has flipped a class? Text to: 37607 or Respond at: pollev.com/lainemarsh
  • 3. Definition from Flipped Learning Network, 2014
  • 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. § 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. § 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. § 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. © 2013 Flipped Learning Network
  • 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. § IEP § Setting the stage for college courses § Ease of differentiating across skill levels § Opportunities for project- based learning Relevance to our field?
  • 11. Yu Jung Han EAP Program Juniata College, Huntingdon, PA
  • 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. Instructional Videos In-Class Collaboration Observation Feedback Assessment Adapted from Bergmann & Sams, 2012; Musallam, 2013 Exploration Flipped Learning Cycle
  • 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. So…FLIP IT!!! helaine.marshall@liu.edu Contact: Helaine Marshall LIU – Hudson Purchase, NY