Flipping the
Classroom
A Professional Development Training
Introduction
• How the Flipped Classroom Transformed One Teacher
Objectives of Training
• At the conclusion of this training, participants will…
• Understand the advantages of the flipped...
What does it mean to “flip the
classroom”?
Traditional Teaching & Learning

The Flipped Classroom

Instruction
during clas...
Advantages of Flipping the
Classroom
• Changing role of teacher: sage-on-stage  guide-on-side
• Students must take respon...
Potential Drawbacks of Flipping
the Classroom
• Students may not watch videos at home and be unprepared
for in-class activ...
Student Impressions
• Flipped/Mastery Educational Model: Student Impressions
Results of Student Survey
• Do you like “flipping the classroom” for your math lessons?
Why or why not?
• “I do like flipp...
Results of Student Survey
• What do you like about flipping the classroom?
• “I like how it's easy to take notes at home. ...
Results of Student Survey
• What do you dislike about flipping the classroom?
• “I don't like how when learning the lesson...
Results of Student Survey
• Would you want to flip the classroom for the rest of the year?
Why or why not?
• “I would want...
HOW do I flip my classroom?
1. Create video lesson (Make it short! About 3-5 minutes)
2. Assign video for homework
• Optio...
Pre-Made Instructional Videos
• Khan Academy (FREE)
• https://www.khanacademy.org

• LearnZillion (FREE)
• http://learnzil...
Self-Made Instructional Videos
• SMART Notebook (one-time purchase)
• http://smartnotebook.com

• ShowMe (FREE) – There’s ...
Learning Management Systems
• Edmodo (FREE)
• https://www.edmodo.com

• Schoology (FREE)
• https://www.schoology.com

• Mo...
Examples of Instructional
Videos
• Flipped Class Video Tour
Your Turn!
• Recall last objective of this training:
• Experiment with flipping their own classroom.
• One lesson, two les...
Flipping YOUR Classroom
• Think about…
• Which class(es) you will experiment with flipping
• Which lesson(s)/unit(s) you w...
Your task…
• Develop at least one flipped lesson
• You may create your own instructional video or find a pre-made
instruct...
References
Flipped Learning (2013, March 15). How the Flipped Classroom
Transformed One Teacher. Retrieved March 1, 2014, ...
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  • All participants will receive print-out of slides with space to take notes.
  • Video: “Listen as Steve Kelly explains how the flipped classroom transformed his classes and created a student centered place of learning” (Flipped Learning, 2013).
  • Provide overview of the flipped classroom: instructional videos assigned for homework,students must watch videos; videos are usually short in length, about 5 minutes; fill-in notes,quiz, blog response, etc. may accompany video for homework; next day in class – application/interactive, hands-on, collaborative activities take place; students may also ask clarification questions during class
  • Discuss personal experiences – Piloted a flipped classroom model with one Algebra class last year; most students enjoyed it, liked learning at their own pace, liked being able to fast-forward or re-watch video lessons; was beneficial for absent students
  • Discuss personal experiences – one student in particular did not like the flipped model; did not like that he could not ask questions while watching the video; was difficult for me to find time and a quiet place to create videos
  • Video: “When Jonathan Bergmann & Aaron Sams started the flipped/mastery model of education, they had no idea that it would strike a chord around the country. One question they are often asked is what do your students think about learning in this way. So they asked their students. In this video their students answer that question” (Flipped Learning, 2010).
  • Discuss personal experiences – results of student survey after flipping a unit in one Algebra class
  • Discuss personal experiences – results of student survey after flipping a unit in one Algebra class
  • Discuss personal experiences – results of student survey after flipping a unit in one Algebra class
  • Discuss personal experiences – results of student survey after flipping a unit in one Algebra class
  • Discuss personal experiences – Used ShowMe iPad app to create videos and Edmodo to post link to videos for students to watch; allowed students to ask questions at the beginning of class; used class time for students to practice and apply new skills
  • Khan Academy and LearnZillion allow teachers to “create a class” that students can enroll in. Teachers can then assign students videos to watch and/or quizzes to complete.
  • Educreations also allows teachers to “create a class” that students can enroll in. Teachers can then create their own video lessons and assign them to students through the site.ShowMe allows teachers to create their own video lessons, but does not allow them to create a class. If teachers use ShowMe, they must send the link of the video lesson to the students.ShowMe and Educreations have iPad apps that allow you to create your own lesson – much easier than creating a lesson on a computer.
  • Edmodo, Schoology, and Moodle allow teachers to create classes and have students enroll. Teachers can then share content with students through the site. Edmodo and Schoology allow students to create their own discussion threads so others can read/comment. Teachers can also create their own blogs, quizzes, or polls. They even auto-correct!
  • Video: “This is a sampler video of different teachers using the flipped class method of instruction” (Flipped Learning, 2012).
  • Allow approximately 15 minutes for small group discussions. Then come back together and allow each group to share what they discussed.
  • Questionnaire will ask the questions listed on the slide.
  • Flipping the classroom pd training presentation

    1. 1. Flipping the Classroom A Professional Development Training
    2. 2. Introduction • How the Flipped Classroom Transformed One Teacher
    3. 3. Objectives of Training • At the conclusion of this training, participants will… • Understand the advantages of the flipped classroom. • Understand the potential drawbacks of the flipped classroom. • Experiment with flipping their own classroom. • One lesson, two lessons, a week, a chapter, a unit… whatever you feel comfortable with!
    4. 4. What does it mean to “flip the classroom”? Traditional Teaching & Learning The Flipped Classroom Instruction during class Instruction at home Application at home Application during class
    5. 5. Advantages of Flipping the Classroom • Changing role of teacher: sage-on-stage  guide-on-side • Students must take responsibility for own learning • At home: learning at own pace; can pause, rewind, and rewatch video lessons at any time • In class: learning through interactive, hands-on application activities and real-world problem solving; more student engagement; active, student-centered learning; opportunity for students to ask questions; more student collaboration; more effective use of class time • Videos available for students who miss class • Research has shown that… • Students prefer the flipped classroom • The flipped classroom is as effective, if not more, than the traditional classroom
    6. 6. Potential Drawbacks of Flipping the Classroom • Students may not watch videos at home and be unprepared for in-class activities • Time-consuming for teachers to find and/or create videos • Cannot provide in-the-moment clarification or answer questions • Cannot monitor comprehension of lesson during instruction • Not all students have technology available at home
    7. 7. Student Impressions • Flipped/Mastery Educational Model: Student Impressions
    8. 8. Results of Student Survey • Do you like “flipping the classroom” for your math lessons? Why or why not? • “I do like flipping the classroom because I find it easier to get my work done by doing it in school. That way, I can ask questions if I get stuck on a problem.” • “Yes because I get to go at my own speed and can rewind something if I don't get something and you can help my with problems if I need in help in class.” • “Yes, It's nice to be able to stop the lesson and think and then ask questions later” • “I do not like flipping the classroom because i cant ask a computer questions (I have tried) it didn't work”
    9. 9. Results of Student Survey • What do you like about flipping the classroom? • “I like how it's easy to take notes at home. It's quick and if you have a question, you can just ask the teacher tomorrow. Also, when doing the work in class, you can ask questions as you go through the problems.” • “I like that I can rewind if I don't get something and you can help me with problems in class.” • “I think it is easier to do because if the homework is hard, we are doing it in school so we can ask you”
    10. 10. Results of Student Survey • What do you dislike about flipping the classroom? • “I don't like how when learning the lesson, if you are unsure about what is being said, you have to wait to ask your questions until the next day. This causes a lot of unwanted confusion.” • “I dislike that if I really don't get a lesson it's hard for you to explain by video if I don't get one specific thing.” • “Not being able to ask questions”
    11. 11. Results of Student Survey • Would you want to flip the classroom for the rest of the year? Why or why not? • “I would want to flip the classroom for the rest of the year because its easier. Like I said earlier, getting work done in class is better because you can ask question as you go through the problems. Also, taking notes is quicker when watching the video than doing it in class.” • “Yes I would because I feel it helps me more and is more efficient.” • “Yes, I think the pros are better then the cons” • “i would not want to flip the class room for the rest of the year because i cant ask questions to a computer”
    12. 12. HOW do I flip my classroom? 1. Create video lesson (Make it short! About 3-5 minutes) 2. Assign video for homework • Optional: Assign fill-in notes for students to complete while watching video lesson • Optional: Require students to complete brief quiz/questionnaire related to concepts taught in video lesson • Optional: Require students to write blog response related to video lesson 3. Allow first 5 minutes of class for clarification questions 4. Engage students in interactive application activities related to concepts taught in video lesson 5. Repeat!
    13. 13. Pre-Made Instructional Videos • Khan Academy (FREE) • https://www.khanacademy.org • LearnZillion (FREE) • http://learnzillion.com • ShowMe (FREE) • http://www.showme.com • Educreations (FREE) • http://www.educreations.com * Make sure to review videos before assigning – some do contain errors!
    14. 14. Self-Made Instructional Videos • SMART Notebook (one-time purchase) • http://smartnotebook.com • ShowMe (FREE) – There’s an iPad app for that! • http://www.showme.com • Educreations (FREE) – There’s an iPad app for that! • http://www.educreations.com • iPad/iPod/iPhone/any device • Or a traditional camcorder will do!
    15. 15. Learning Management Systems • Edmodo (FREE) • https://www.edmodo.com • Schoology (FREE) • https://www.schoology.com • Moodle (our school district is already subscribed!) • https://moodle.org
    16. 16. Examples of Instructional Videos • Flipped Class Video Tour
    17. 17. Your Turn! • Recall last objective of this training: • Experiment with flipping their own classroom. • One lesson, two lessons, a week, a chapter, a unit… whatever you feel comfortable with! • Your task: Brainstorm with the people at your table. • How do you envision experimenting with flipping your classroom? • If you teach multiple classes/contents, which one(s) do you see yourself experimenting with? • Each group will share their thoughts.
    18. 18. Flipping YOUR Classroom • Think about… • Which class(es) you will experiment with flipping • Which lesson(s)/unit(s) you will flip (duration) • What technology you will use • Will you create your own videos? Or use pre-made? • Will you post videos using a LMS? • What questions you still have about flipping your classroom • Complete the questionnaire
    19. 19. Your task… • Develop at least one flipped lesson • You may create your own instructional video or find a pre-made instructional video for your students to watch. • Develop hands-on, interactive activities for students to complete during class the following day.
    20. 20. References Flipped Learning (2013, March 15). How the Flipped Classroom Transformed One Teacher. Retrieved March 1, 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5NSdRqMqlU0&feature=c4overview-vl&list=PLP24P3yfORxCCPlYA0QrnRxREzclCqG7a. Flipped Learning (2010, October 28). Flipped/Mastery Educational Model: Student Impressions. Retrieved March 1, 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iJrmsjdcmTY&list=PLP24P3yfORxC CPlYA0QrnRxREzclCqG7a. Flipped Learning (2012, July 20). Flipped Class Video Tour. Retrieved March 1, 2014, from http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=63urHGx3ItU&list=PLP24P3yfORxC CPlYA0QrnRxREzclCqG7a .
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