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Presentation given by Brianna Marshall and Sarah McAfoose at the 2012 Statewide IT Conference.

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  • 1. Flipped! ExpandingTechnology’s Role in Instruction Statewide IT Conference September 24, 2012 Brianna Marshall and Sarah McAfoose Indiana University Bloomington
  • 2. What is the flipped classroom?
  • 3. What a flipped classroom is NOT: Synonym for online Replacing teachers Students working videos with videos without structure Students spending the entire class Students working An online course staring at a in isolation computer screen
  • 4. What a flipped classroom IS: INCREASED interaction and personalized attention between students and teachers
  • 5. Environment forstudents to takeresponsibility for their own learning
  • 6. Teacher is the “Guide on theSide” instead ofthe “Lord at the Board”
  • 7. Classroom where students who are absent can easily catch up
  • 8. Classroomwhere contentis archived for review
  • 9. Balance of the flipped classroom Online Component Videos Personalized Attention
  • 10. Development of Concept / Technique 2011 •Bergmann and Sams •Flip Your Classroom: – Colorado Reach Every Student •Flipped Classroom in Every Class Every •Smith – Washington, Conference, Day D.C. Woodland Park High School 2008 2012
  • 11. Why I flipped my classroom…
  • 12. Is flipping yourclassroom a good fit?
  • 13. Are you willing to put in extra work initially?
  • 14. Do your students have the technology to view out-of-class videos? Do you have the equipment to create them?
  • 15. Are you enthusiastic about the flipped model’s ability to change education? Orjust in it for the trendiness?
  • 16. Are you looking for a magical solution?
  • 17. First steps to flipping your classroom
  • 18. Read up
  • 19. Get yoursupervisor/department on board
  • 20. Plan early for the new semester
  • 21. Work with the technology
  • 22. And finally, don’t get too discouraged
  • 23. Flipped! ExpandingTechnology’s Role in Instruction Statewide IT Conference September 24, 2012 Brianna Marshall and Sarah McAfoose Indiana University Bloomington