Flipping the classroom with i tunes u actem.pdf

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Flipping the classroom with i tunes u actem.pdf

  1. 1. MAINEducation 2012 #ACTEM12Flipping the classroom withiTunes UJonathan Pratt, Assistant Head of School for Academics, Foxcroft Academy
  2. 2. What’s flipping?✤ Traditional classroom✤ In class: teacher provides direct instruction to students✤ Out of class: students practice / apply learning✤ Flipped classroom✤ In class: Students practice / apply learning✤ Out of class: teacher provides direct instruction to students
  3. 3. Why flip?✤ Asynchronous instruction✤ Freedom of time & location✤ Rewind & fast-forward✤ Facilitated application✤ Individualized assistance✤ Student collaboration
  4. 4. How to flip?✤ Create and/or curate content✤ Organize content✤ Host content✤ Ensure student access to content
  5. 5. Flipping with iTunes U✤ Curate existing content✤ Organize content✤ Host content✤ Enable access to content
  6. 6. Curating with iTunes U
  7. 7. Organizing with iTunes U
  8. 8. Hosting with iTunes U
  9. 9. Accessing with iTunes U
  10. 10. Public Site Manager✤ Institutional enrollment at https://eduapp.apple.com/✤ No requirement to have public courses✤ Benefits for institutionally affiliated teachers✤ Unlimited courses (public or private)✤ Unlimited students (in private courses)✤ Unlimited storage
  11. 11. Course Manager
  12. 12. Student thoughts...
  13. 13. Student thoughts...
  14. 14. Learning with iTunes U app
  15. 15. Access iTunes U via iTunes
  16. 16. Access iTunes U via iTunes
  17. 17. Multi-dimensional flipping✤ When students are doing more projects in the classroom...✤ Teachers gain better understanding of how each student learns...✤ iTunes U content ecosystem can lead to a “flip” along another axis...✤ In <-> Out flip leads to Teacher Centered <-> Student Centered flip
  18. 18. Final thoughts✤ Flipping instruction from in-class to out-of-class is the easy part✤ Shifting mindset and skill-set to use class time for project-basedlearning is a significant challenge✤ Student-centered classrooms can be “messy” and “chaotic”“The transition is a difficult one, and I think once you’ve transitioned, it stillalways takes a lot more work, reflection, and patience than traditionalmodels, but it’s definitely worth it.” - Shelly Wright (@wrightsroom)
  19. 19. MAINEducation 2012 #ACTEM12Thank you.Mia Morrison is here with me to answer questions about using iTunes U in the classroom.

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