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The flipped classroom

  1. 1. REFORMing Classroom Instruction and Educational Leadership Sarah Ward EDU 597 Samford University
  2. 2.  Homework videos utilize educational technology • Teachers post 3-5 videos per week In class activities have a strong project-based influence and put learning content into genuine practice Teacher serves as more of a facilitator of learning • “Sage on the Stage” to “Guide on the Side” Students resume responsibility for learning the content before classThe Flipped Classroom Model
  3. 3.  Driving forces: • - poor learning outcomes with traditional, teacher- centered lecture instruction • -lack of student engagement from “digital native” students Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergman: • (Woodmont, Co) credited for the “flipped classroom” for using Camtasia to record lecture notes as videos for their students (2007)
  4. 4.  Reaches “digital native” students Increases collaboration among students, teachers, and parents Studentsbecome more self-directed and responsible for their own learning Creates a blended learning experience
  5. 5.  Allows for differentiation during classroom instructional time Creates time during class for genuine learning activities Implements good teaching methodology (when followed up by rich, activity based learning in the classroom) Limits classroom misconduct- Activity-based learning keeps students better engaged
  6. 6.  Equitable student access to internet • Solution: copy videos to a DVD “More of the same”- Without genuine learning activities in the classroom, the online lectures are more of the same lectures they receive in class Mainly focused on procedural knowledge Primarily implemented and successful in secondary ed classroom Teacher/Parent “buy-in” • Teachers lack or are fearful of technological skills needed • Parents are unfamiliar with this type of classroom structure
  7. 7.  Learning Management  Equipment Systems • Computer with camera and • Moodle microphone • Edmodo • BlackBoard  Screencasting Presentation Software: Software: • PowerPoint • Jing • Keynote • Camtasia • EduCreations- iPad • ShowMe-iPad
  8. 8.  Evaluate flipped classroom’s contribution to meeting school’s learning goals and the needs of the student population Ease faculty into the idea: • model the concept in faculty meetings • Utilize IT for teachers who need it • Provide quality flipped PD • Allow time for teachers to collaborate together Change “look-fors” in formal and informal evaluations: • Switch focus primarily to student engagement behaviors such as questioning and collaboration

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