Flipped classroom

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This presentation describes flipped classroom and compares flipped classroom vs traditional method of teaching.

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  • 1. Flipped Classroom By Stephen Sunguro
  • 2. What is a Flipped classroom? A form of blended learning Uses educational technology to influence student learning environments Teachers can use videos or screen casting From group teaching to individual teaching Class time is used for high order thinking problems
  • 3. What is a Flipped classroom? It can also be known as reverse teaching, backwards classroom or reverse instruction Students take responsibility of their learning It focuses more on facilitation and moderation than lecturing
  • 4. Traditional vs Flipped teaching Traditional 1. Flipped teaching is a form of blended learning 2. Students to read textbooks and work on problems 3. Students listen to lectures and taking activities and tests in class Flipped Teaching 1. Students study by themselves using screen casts, podcasts and videos prepared by the teachers and or instructional designers 2. Classroom time is for the students to apply knowledge by solving problems and practical work and getting necessary support
  • 5. What is Flipped Teaching? Flipped teaching is a form of blended learning It uses educational technology It can also be known as reverse teaching, backwards classroom, reverse instruction, Students take responsibility of their own learning It focuses more on facilitation and moderation than lecturing
  • 6. Flipped classroom models In flipped classrooms: Students watch lectures at home at their pace while communication with peers via online session, forums, chat rooms, and blogging etc Concept engagement takes place in the class with the help of the instructor.
  • 7. How it works Use of videos, podcasts, screen casting Students receive instant feedback Blended learning approach Online lectures Teacher support students in class Instructional model changes so that students can receive more instructional support in class
  • 8. Downsides of Flipped Classroom In some schools there is lack of equipment and support to deliver quality videos Loss of face to face lectures Video recording and editing requires a lot of effort and dedicated skilled staff which may not be available in some school settings
  • 9. References http://flippedclassroom.org/ http://net.educause.edu/ir/library/pdf/eli7081.pdf http://www.flippedclassroom.com/ http://www.uq.edu.au/tediteach/flipped-classroom/what-is-fc.html http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
  • 10. Stephen Sunguro stephensu.2014@gmail.com