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Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare
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Maura Morgan EDIM Week 5 Slideshare

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My EDIM 510 Slideshare project.

My EDIM 510 Slideshare project.

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  • 1. Flipped Lessons Maura Morgan EDIM 510Week 5 Slideshare Assignment Wilkes University
  • 2. What is a Flipped Lesson?• Students watch an online lesson for homework to learn the basics of tomorrow’s topic• Teachers work with students on practice problems/prompts/topics during class time
  • 3. Why a Flipped Lesson?• Students can ask questions as they happen, rather than thinking of them at home and waiting until the next day• Teachers can be a “guide-by-their-side” for students as they • Changes up the practice concepts monotony of the day- to-day routine
  • 4. Where did the idea come from? • Two Colorado Chemistry teachers wanted to tape and post lessons on line for absent students to view – Found that even students who missed class were using the lessons to review or reinforce
  • 5. How will it go over?• When tried in my classroom, I had some angry parents and complaints – “[Student] can’t ask questions during the lesson.” – “But we send them to school so you can teach them there.”• Other parents and students raved about it, and loved the in class attention to individual help for students
  • 6. Where can I find information on Flipped Lessons?• http://flippedlessons.com/• http://flipped-learning.com• http://educationnext.org/the-flipped-classroom/
  • 7. Resources• Gonce, J. (2012) Personal Communication• Education Next (2012) The Flipped Classroom. Retrieved from: http://educationnext.org/the-flipped- classroom/
  • 8. Photo ResourcesChancellor at University of London. Retrieved from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/lselibrary/4416711433/Lee, Russell (1940) Homesteader with Wife and Child. Retrieved From: http://www.flickr.com/photos/library_of_congress/2179146850/Muray, Nickolas (1935) Insurance Ad, Boy in Bed. Retrieved from: http://www.flickr.com/photos/george_eastman_house/3122868183/Teacher with Authority. Retrieved from:http://www.flickr.com/photos/nationaalarchief/3916313312/Teacher Working on laptop with Students: http://player.discoveryeducation.com/index.cfm?guidAssetId=7A8C2F3A-76A2-4DD1

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