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Flipped classroom

  1. 1. Michellea Simmonds 2/12/2013
  2. 2.  Student watches lectures at home at their own pace, communicating with peers and teachers via online discussions Concept engagement takes place with the help of the instructor
  3. 3. Classroom flip uses usesEducational LearningTechnology through activity influences influences The learning environment
  4. 4.  Jonathan Bergman and Aaron Sams  Discovered software record PowerPoint presentations  Posted their lectures online  Online lectures started spreading  Were asked to speak about their methods  Teachers began using videos and podcasts to teach students outside class which in turns allows them to use class time for collaborative work and concept mastery
  5. 5.  Poor Learning outcomes  The traditional one size fits all model of education often results in limited concept engagement and severe consequences  Only 69% of students that begin high school stay for the four years  An average of 7200 students drop out of high school each year totaling 1.3 million a year
  6. 6.  Theavailability of online video and increasing student access to technology has paved the way for flipped classroom models 2007 -15% of internet users 2010 – 30% internet users
  7. 7.  Teachers create three videos a week Students watch 5-7 mins video at home or in school (if they don’t have net at home) Class time is spent doing labs and interactive activities to illustrate concepts  Advantages  Students receive instant feedback  Students don’t get frustrated  Teachers revisit concepts students don’t understand  Teachers support students in class
  8. 8. Before Flipped Classroom50%freshman 44%failed freshman failedEnglish English After Flipped Classroom 19% freshman 13% failed freshman English failed math
  9. 9. Before the Flip 736 discipline cases in one semesterAfter the Flip 249 discipline cases in one semester
  10. 10.  http://www.knewton.com/flipped- classroom/

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