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  • 1. Flip It! CSLA Southen Region Workshop Fall 2013 Flickr CC Pic: flickr.com/photos/doctabu/52748185 5 by Brian Lane Winfield Moore
  • 2. p. 1 of handout
  • 3. p. 1 of handout
  • 4. p. 3-5 of handout
  • 5. Guess which classroom is already the most naturally flipped classroom? p. 6 of handout Flickr CC Pic by Marie Mundaca flickr.com/photos/mungo181/2365497176
  • 6. The LIBRARY CLASSROOM! p. 6 of handout Flickr CC Pic by Marie Mundaca flickr.com/photos/mungo181/2365497176
  • 7. Already Student-Centered! Already Teacher(s) are “Guides on the Side!” Already Supporting Upper Levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy! Flickr CC Pic by SurianSoosay: flickr.com/photos/ssoosay/4491142356/ p. 6 of handout
  • 8. If you follow one blog on flipped learning, make it: flippingwithkirch. blogspot.com Check out the FAQ! p. 6 of handout Flickr CC Photo by John Flinchbaugh: flickr.com/photos/jflinchbaugh/4350092655
  • 9. Flickr CC Photo by Zac Wasielewski : flickr.com/photos/zac/15272625 p. 7 of handout How I Feel About Helping Kids Succeed
  • 10. http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/ p. 7 of handout
  • 11. “What is the best use of my face-to-face class time?” p. 7 of handout – Jonathan Bergmann
  • 12. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy In class! p. 7 of handout Can be performed outside of class Wikimedia Commons Image by Nesbit (converted by King of Hearts into SVG) commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BloomsCognitiveDomain.svg
  • 13. p. 8 of handout Jon Bergmann
  • 14. Awesome resource just published in August 2013 p. 8 of handout
  • 15. FLIP TIPS Focus on the in-class awesomeness that you can help create. p. 8 of handout
  • 16. TIPS Backwards design. Decide outcomes. Then plan backwards. p. 8 of handout
  • 17. p. 9 of handout TIPS http://flippedclassroom.org
  • 18. Twitter Hashtag: #flipclass When: Mondays, 5pm PST (8pm EST) p. 9 of handout
  • 19. Mentors twitter.com/sraslim/lists/bi g-time-flippers p. 9 of handout
  • 20. Tricks p. 9 of handout Google Forms can now feature a YouTube video embedded within an embeddable Google form.
  • 21. p. 10 of handout LMS’s Learning Management Systems and more!
  • 22. Video http://slimvideo.wikispaces.com Includes tablet screencasting and video creation software. p. 10 of handout
  • 23. . 11 of andout
  • 24. p. 12 of handout
  • 25. Flip It! Flip It Good! w/ Marie Slim (@ sraslim) M o n d a y, O c t o b e r 7 t h , 2 0 1 3 5 p m P S T/ 8 p m E S T h t t p : / / t l v i r t u a l c a fe .w i k i s p a c e s . c o m / Flickr CC Pic by Richard J. Anderson http://www.flickr.com/photos/sanspoint/95575122
  • 26. Novice yet earnest flipper Marie Slim (Teacher Librarian & Spanish Teacher) will share tips, tricks, hashtags, mentors, pitfalls and successes. Flipping is made for the library - one of you and 2000 who need you!
  • 27. Not to be Mistaken for: FLIP IT! An Information Skills Strategy for Student Researchers by Alice Yucht (1997). Worthington, OH: Linworth http://virtualinquiry.com/inquiry/flipit.htm
  • 28. 1998 – 1999 Spanish Teacher at Glendora HS Moved to Fullerton Joint Union High School District 1999 – 2002 Spanish Teacher at Sonora HS 2002 – 2007 Teacher Librarian at La Habra HS 2007 – 2010 Teacher Librarian at Troy HS 2010 – 2011 Teacher Librarian at Troy, Fullerton Union & Sunny Hills HS 2011 – 2012 Teacher Librarian at THS, FUHS, SHHS, Sonora HS, Buena Park HS, & La Habra HS Fall 2012 Spanish Teacher at SOHS and LHHS (traveling between schools) plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian 2013 – Present Spanish Teacher at Troy HS plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian Dog Flickr CC Pic by JD Hancock: flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/9888339586 Hat via John Flinchbaugh: flickr.com/photos/jflinchbaugh/4350092655
  • 29. 1998 – 1999 Spanish Teacher at Glendora HS Moved to Fullerton Joint Union High School District 1999 – 2002 Spanish Teacher at Sonora HS 2002 – 2007 Teacher Librarian at La Habra HS 2007 – 2010 Teacher Librarian at Troy HS 2010 – 2011 Teacher Librarian at Troy, Fullerton Union & Sunny Hills HS 2011 – 2012 Teacher Librarian at THS, FUHS, SHHS, Sonora HS, Buena Park HS, & La Habra HS Fall 2012 Spanish Teacher at SOHS and LHHS (traveling between schools) plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian 2013 – Present Spanish Teacher at Troy HS plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian Dog Flickr CC Pic by JD Hancock: flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/9888339586 Hat via John Flinchbaugh: flickr.com/photos/jflinchbaugh/4350092655
  • 30. 1998 – 1999 Spanish Teacher at Glendora HS Moved to Fullerton Joint Union High School District 1999 – 2002 Spanish Teacher at Sonora HS 2002 – 2007 Teacher Librarian at La Habra HS 2007 – 2010 Teacher Librarian at Troy HS 2010 – 2011 Teacher Librarian at Troy, Fullerton Union & Sunny Hills HS 2011 – 2012 Teacher Librarian at THS, FUHS, SHHS, Sonora HS, Buena Park HS, & La Habra HS Fall 2012 Spanish Teacher at SOHS and LHHS (traveling between schools) plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian 2013 – Present Spanish Teacher at Troy HS plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian Dog Flickr CC Pic by JD Hancock: flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/9888339586 Hat via John Flinchbaugh: flickr.com/photos/jflinchbaugh/4350092655
  • 31. 1998 – 1999 Spanish Teacher at Glendora HS Moved to Fullerton Joint Union High School District 1999 – 2002 Spanish Teacher at Sonora HS 2002 – 2007 Teacher Librarian at La Habra HS 2007 – 2010 Teacher Librarian at Troy HS 2010 – 2011 Teacher Librarian at Troy, Fullerton Union & Sunny Hills HS 2011 – 2012 Teacher Librarian at THS, FUHS, SHHS, Sonora HS, Buena Park HS, & La Habra HS Fall 2012 Spanish Teacher at SOHS and LHHS (traveling between schools) plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian 2013 – Present Spanish Teacher at Troy HS plus ⅕ District Teacher Librarian Dog Flickr CC Pic by JD Hancock: flickr.com/photos/jdhancock/9888339586 Hat via John Flinchbaugh: flickr.com/photos/jflinchbaugh/4350092655
  • 32. how I feel Flickr CC Photo by Neal Fowler: flickr.com/photos/31878512@N06/4755397198
  • 33. Flickr CC Photo by Zac Wasielewski : flickr.com/photos/zac/15272625 How I Feel About Helping Kids Succeed
  • 34. http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
  • 35. http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
  • 36. http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
  • 37. “What is the best use of my face-to-face class time?” – Jonathan Bergmann
  • 38. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Wikimedia Commons Image by Nesbit (converted by King of Hearts into SVG) commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BloomsCognitiveDomain.svg
  • 39. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Can be performed outside of class Wikimedia Commons Image by Nesbit (converted by King of Hearts into SVG) commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BloomsCognitiveDomain.svg
  • 40. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy Can be performed outside of class Wikimedia Commons Image by Nesbit (converted by King of Hearts into SVG) commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BloomsCognitiveDomain.svg
  • 41. Bloom’s Revised Taxonomy In class! Can be performed outside of class Wikimedia Commons Image by Nesbit (converted by King of Hearts into SVG) commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:BloomsCognitiveDomain.svg
  • 42. Blah blah blah…. Yaddayaddayadd a… Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 43. Blah blah blah…. Yaddayaddayadd a… I don’t get it! Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 44. This is soooooo boring. I don’t get it! Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 45. Will she ask me to ThisHomecoming? I is soooooo so. I can’t hope boring. of anything think else! I don’t get it! Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 46. Will she ask me to ThisHomecoming? I is soooooo so. I can’t hope Can I anything boring. of go to the think else! BATHROOM I don’t get????? it! Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 47. Help! I can’t do this by myself! What was it the teacher said??? Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 48. This input can be paused, rewinded (re-read), and fastforwarded for student differentiation. Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 49. Help! I can’t do this by myself! What was it the teacher said??? In the flipped classroom, “what the teacher says” can be an online video, a podcast, a song, a reading from a book, etc. Any kind of input! Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 50. I really got the content last night/this morning/at the basketball game! Now we can work on cool stuff! Source: http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flippingthe-classroom/flippedclassroomuwcolors-1/
  • 51. “What is the best use of my face-to-face class time?” – Jonathan Bergmann
  • 52. By Jonathan Bergmann
  • 53. By Jonathan Bergmann Well, instead of calling it the flipped class, I now think of it as flipped learning. All this said and I think there are a few key unifying themes of flipped learning:  Flipped Learning transfers the ownership of the learning to the students.  Flipped Learning personalizes learning for all students  Flipped Learning gives teachers time to explore deeper learning opportunities and pedagogies with their students (PBL, CBL, UDL, Mastery, Inquiry, etc)  Flipped Learning makes learning (not teaching) the center of the classroom.  Flipped Learning maximizes the face to face time in the classroom.
  • 54. So what is Flipped Mastery?
  • 55. Allow students to move at their own pace. Allow students to be assessed at their own pace. Allow students to design experiences and assessments that demonstrate their mastery of the content.
  • 56. Jon Bergmann
  • 57. Awesome resource just published in August 2013
  • 58. FLIP TIPS Focus on the in-class awesomeness that you can help create.
  • 59. TIPS Backwards design. Decide outcomes. Then plan backwards.
  • 60. TIPS A great LMS can help. ….more on LMS’s to come!
  • 61. TIPS Ease into it.
  • 62. TIPS Go ahead. Lose control.
  • 63. TIPS Don’t introduce Quia and Quizlet at the same time.
  • 64. TIPS Reflect before you ask students to upload their Animoto to their Edmodo.
  • 65. TIPS Create resources to help students succeed.
  • 66. For my eyes only
  • 67. TIPS http://flippedclassroom.org
  • 68. Twitter Hashtag: #flipclass When: Mondays, 5pm PST (8pm EST)
  • 69. Mentors twitter.com/sraslim/lists/bi g-time-flippers
  • 70. Tricks Google Forms can now feature a YouTube video embedded within an embeddable Google form.
  • 71. Tricks Create a Google Form at the beginning of the year to ask students for their email addresses, phone numbers, ability to text, free data, technology access, etc. Ask for parent/guardian emails and phone numbers too!
  • 72. Tricks Students have computers but no Internet access? -Flash Drive with videos -DVD for computer/TV
  • 73. Tricks Any?
  • 74. Successes I can group students who are working on the same content.
  • 75. Successes I can work one-on-one with students who need more assistance.
  • 76. Successes Students are taking responsibility for their own learning.
  • 77. Successes Students are learning to manage their time.
  • 78. Pitfalls Not enough prep More focus on videos than in-class activities It’s more work than lecture
  • 79. Pitfalls Make sure your school’s Internet filtering does not impede you.
  • 80. Pitfalls Make sure you try out tech tools as students would encounter them.
  • 81. Pitfalls Make sure you give students many ways in which to accomplish their work.
  • 82. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 83. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 84. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 85. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 86. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 87. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 88. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 89. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 90. LMS’s Learning Management Systems and more!
  • 91. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 92. LMS’s
  • 93. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 94. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 95. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 96. LMS’s Learning Management Systems
  • 97. Video videos Over the years I've had hosted on TeacherTube, SchoolTube, Vi meo, YouTube, Google Docs/Drive, Dropbox, Mobile Me (now defunct) and Edlio
  • 98. Video
  • 99. Video
  • 100. Video
  • 101. Video
  • 102. Video
  • 103. This is not a sales pitch. I do not receive anything for my promotion of this product. Camtasia for Mac was a great buy for me (make sure to find the “Education Pricing.” Lots of bells and whistles. Lots of TechSmith tutorials. There is a free 30-day Trial. Many “Flippers” say that Camtasia has enhanced their ability to create successful videos and screencast.
  • 104. Video
  • 105. Video http://slimvideo.wikispaces.com Includes tablet screencasting and video creation software.
  • 106. Video Now hope to get YouTube channel approved for YouTube EDU: http://www.youtube.com/yt/edu-whitelist
  • 107. Which classroom is already the most naturally flipped classroom? Flickr CC Pic by Marie Mundaca flickr.com/photos/mungo181/2365497176
  • 108. The LIBRARY CLASSROOM! Flickr CC Pic by Marie Mundaca flickr.com/photos/mungo181/2365497176
  • 109. Photo by M. Slim
  • 110. Photo by M. Slim
  • 111. Photo by M. Slim
  • 112. Photo by M. Slim
  • 113. Photo by M. Slim
  • 114. Photo by M. Slim
  • 115. Already Student-Centered! Already Teacher(s) are “Guides on the Side!” Already Supporting Upper Levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy! Flickr CC Pic by SurianSoosay: flickr.com/photos/ssoosay/4491142356/
  • 116. Already Student-Centered! Already Teacher(s) are “Guides on the Side!” Already Supporting Upper Levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy!
  • 117. Flippers want PBL! Differentiation ! 20% time (iSearch)!
  • 118. Flickr CC Pic by JB London: flickr.com/photos/jb-london/3914363613
  • 119. If you follow one blog on flipped learning, make it: flippingwithkirch. blogspot.com Check out the FAQ! Flickr CC Photo by John Flinchbaugh: flickr.com/photos/jflinchbaugh/4350092655
  • 120. Screenshot used courtesy of C. Kirch http://prezi.com/-vbtn0xnnyzx/my-flipped-classroom/
  • 121. Screenshot used courtesy of C. Kirch http://prezi.com/-vbtn0xnnyzx/my-flipped-classroom/
  • 122. When a problem comes along You must whip it Before the cream sets out too long You must whip it When something's goin' wrong You must whip it Now FLIP it Into shape Shape it up Get straight Go forward Move ahead Try to detect it It's not too late Flickr CC Photo by Marshall Astor – Food Fetishist flickr.com/photos/lifeontheedge/2442607491
  • 123. Wikimedia Commons Image by K. Aainsqatsi commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Blooms_rose.svg Based on image by John M. Kennedy
  • 124. Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2014 California School Library Association State Conference, “Journey to eXpertise" San Diego, CA 2/6/14 through 2/9/14 csla.net
  • 125. Thank you!
  • 126. More info: Marie Slim @sraslim sraslim@gmail.com slimflipping.blogspot.com ilovespanish.net ilovelibraries.com
  • 127. Flickr CC Photo Gallery: www.flickr.com/ photos/marieslim/galleries/7215 7636292315886/