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  • 1. Catalyst Charter Middle School Ripon, WI Backchannel todaysmeet.com/catalyst
  • 2. —  Opened fall 2012—  PBL curriculum and approach—  3 themes: —  Digital citizenship —  Green futures —  STEM—  Creating… Communicating… Collaborating…
  • 3. —  Brian Bennett- The Flipped Classroom is a mindset, not a method—  Aaron Sams - There is no such thing as THE flipped classroom
  • 4. —  Just videos —  A means to INCREASE interaction and—  An online class personalized contact—  Replacing teachers with time between students videos and teachers—  Students working —  An environment where without structure students take responsibility for—  Students working alone their own learning 
  • 5. —  A classroom where students who are absent due to illness or extra-curricular activities such as athletics or field-trips, dont get left behind.—  A class where content is permanently archived  for review or remediation.—  A class where all students are engaged in their learning.—  A place where all students can get a personalized education
  • 6. 1. Video introduces topic, class time expands on it2. Video interlude introduces a problem or a challenge3. Video introduces homework4. Video prompts reflection5. Students teach with video
  • 7. Create an engaging, Make the best interactive use of your face-environment that to-face time with is student- your students. centered. Focus on Practice, deeper meaningapplication, and and working with connections, notcontent is done just basic rote inside of class. memorization and practice.
  • 8. 1.  Started with the end in mind2.  Kept it simple3.  Connected, connected, connected4.  Used other available resources for videos
  • 9. Ted Ed Khan Academy
  • 10. —  Jing: http://www.techsmith.com/jing.html—  Screencast-o-Matic: http://screencast-o-matic.com/—  Screenr: http://www.screenr.com/•  Educreations - http:// www.educreations.com/•  Explain Everything http:// www.explaineverything.com/
  • 11. —  Vimeo
  • 12. Wikispaces Edmodo Google Sites
  • 13. •  Podcast of directions for groups•  Wiki used to share information
  • 14. Google Docs/Collections"Innovative learning requires that you trust yourself, that you be self-directedrather than other-directed in both your life and work." Warren Bennis
  • 15. Resources• Catalyst Charter Middle School (http://catalystcharter.wikispaces.com)• Resources for Flipped Lessons (http://catalystresources.wikispaces.com)Pinterest collection on Flipped Lessons (http://pinterest.com/stampcat2/flipped-classroom)• Catalyst Charter Middle School Blog (http://catalystchannel.blogspot.com)Contacts:Tom Hoh – hoht@ripon.k12.wi.usSandy Wisneski – wisneskis@ripon.k12.wi.usTim Scottberg – scottbergt@ripon.k12.wi.us