3. What is a flipped classroom?• The flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods, delivering instruction online outside of class and moving „homework‟ into the classroom.• “the flipped class is an ideology, not a methodology”-• “making connections with learners and differentiating teacher‟s instruction” Brian Bennet• is used to introduce and reinforce the teaching in both classroom and at home.
4. The difference…
5. What happens in a flipped classroom?• Students watch lectures at home, communicating with peers and teachers via online communication• Concept engagement takes place in the classroom with the help of the instructor.
6. A theoretical framework uses Classroom flipped provides opportunity Learning through Educational activity Technology The learning influences influences environment
7. A Flipped Classroom Model
8. The men behind flipped classroom model Jonathan Bergman Aaron Sams
9. Their journey…
10. Still wondering on what is a flipped classroom? http://www.youtube.com/wa tch?feature=player_detailp age&v=NIAG79Y3RH4
11. Reasons for using flipped classroom Poor learning outcomes Prevalence of online videos
12. Study carried out at Clintondale High School near DetroitTeachers createdthree videos a week Students watched the 5-7 minute videos at home or in school if they didn‟t have internet access at home Class time was spent doing labs or interactive activities to illustrate concepts
13. The findings Students receive instant feedback Students don‟t get as frustrated as before Teachers revisit concepts Teachers support students don‟t understand students in class
14. The resultsBefore the flip After the flip• > 50% of freshmen failed • 19% of freshmen failed English English• 44% of freshmen failed • 13% of freshmen failed Mathematics Mathematics• 736 discipline cases in one • 249 discipline cases in one semester semester