Flipping your classroom

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Flipping your classroom

  1. 1. FlippingYourClassroom A Quick Tutorial
  2. 2. Why I Flipped My Classroom • Frustration…. – Not enough time to finish a lesson – Students not completing the homework I was assigning them – GIVING NOTES = BORING (for me and the kids)
  3. 3. History of the Flipped Classroom • Jon Bergman and Aaron Sams – 2006 • Salman Khan – Khan Academy 2006 or 7
  4. 4. What does a flipped classroom look like? PBS News Hour - Engaging - Project Based - Student Focused and Individualized
  5. 5. Pros and Cons • Cons – Not every child has access to the technology – Student Motivation – Time Consuming – Not for everyone • Pros – Student directed learning – individualized – Classroom time is freed up – Once you make the video you are done!
  6. 6. How to Flip Your Classroom • Understand what’s already available – You Tube – You Tube Teachers – Teacher Tube – Vimeo – Khan Academy Activity: Investigate – Find a video for your content area and evaluate – Content? Production Quality? Appealing to kids?
  7. 7. How to Flip Your Classroom? • Make your own videos – What makes a good video? • Mr. Zoller 1. Make your presentation 2. Screencast – Jing – Screencast O Matic – Camtasia ($$)
  8. 8. How to Flip Your Classroom 3. Manage your class online – CONSTANT Formative Assessment • Edmodo • Socrative • Slideshare • Edline – If your school uses the software
  9. 9. What do you do with all of your free time? • Differentiate • Class discussion • Project Based Learning – Real Life Real Audience – 1.What am I teaching and to whom? – 2. Why am I teaching it? – 3. How am I teaching it? – 4. Why am I teaching it that way? – 5. What evidence will I collect to show my kids are getting it? – 6. How will my students know they are getting it?

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