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PCC ESL 2014 Retreat Slides (3/3)

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  • 1. FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM Basic concepts and ingredients
  • 2. Why Flipping the Classroom?
  • 3. Why? • Supports different learning styles Students watch videos, clips, read materials or search for information at home
  • 4. Why? • Supports Bloom’s Taxonomy Students are doing lower level cognitive work at home (gaining knowledge, learning basic facts, and summarizing) and there is more time in class for evaluation of ideas, analysis, comparison and contrast, creation of products.
  • 5. Why? • Supports research on learning “By providing an opportunity for students to use their new factual knowledge while they have access to immediate feedback from peers and the instructor, the flipped classroom helps students learn to correct misconceptions and organize their new knowledge such that it is more accessible for future” (Cynthia Brame, SFT Assistant Director, Vanderbilt University)
  • 6. Main Ingredients • Students preview the materials before class
  • 7. Main Ingredients • Provide incentives for students to complete the work Summaries, answers to a set of questions…
  • 8. Main Ingredients • Pre-class assessment of understanding Summary Quiz Student questions
  • 9. Main Ingredients • Provide in-class activities that promote higher level thinking Application, analysis, evaluation
  • 10. Helpful Tips
  • 11. Helpful Tips • Start slowly – you don’t need to flip all the lessons all the time
  • 12. Helpful Tips • Start slowly – you don’t need to flip all the lessons all the time • If you are worried about your video making abilities, search the Internet - there are so many clips you can use
  • 13. Helpful Tips • Start slowly – you don’t need to flip all the lessons all the time • If you are worried about your video making abilities, search on YouTube – there are so many clips you can use • Be prepared with more activities
  • 14. Helpful Tips • Start slowly – you don’t need to flip all the lessons all the time • If you are worried about your video making abilities, search on YouTube – there are so many clips you can use • Be prepared with more activities • Teach the students to take charge of their learning
  • 15. What is this?