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Introduction to Flipped Classroom

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An introduction to the flipped classroom. This was presented to teachers who were in the first month of their school's 1:1 program to help them to begin flipping some lessons.

An introduction to the flipped classroom. This was presented to teachers who were in the first month of their school's 1:1 program to help them to begin flipping some lessons.

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  • Think about this throughout the presentation\n\n
  • Chemistry - Woodland Park Hi School, Colorado\n2006\n\n
  • Traditional definition: Frees up time in class for guided practice\nTeacher moves from lecturer to guide/mentor\nStudents aren’t frustrated at home - don’t understand, do work incorrectly\nParents don’t get frustrated.\n
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  • Not replacing teachers/teaching with videos\nNot an online course\n\n
  • Don’t go from this...\n
  • ...to this\n
  • Flipping won’t turn a bad teacher into a good teacher.\n
  • Recreate the class - college lecture style\nGive students more responsibility & control of their learning\n\n
  • How do students learn in 2012?\nHow do they find info vs. how did we find info\n\n
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  • Moodle, Edmodo\nCould easily do this in a gDoc\n
  • Give your students the best content possible\nCrowd sourcing\nKnow where to find the answer - Twitter, PLN\n
  • Demo QuickTime\n
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  • Should be consistent & alphabetize automatically\n
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    • 1. Flipped ClassroomBy Steve KatzSeptember 14, 2012 http://stevenkatz.com/
    • 2. Essential Question• What is the best use of class time?
    • 3. The Vod CoupleAaron Sams & Jonathan Bergmann http://www.futureeducators.org/goteach/wp-content/uploads/2011/08/Sams_Bergman_Inov8.jpg
    • 4. Flip• Homework & classwork
    • 5. Salman Kahn Kahn Academyhttp://farm6.staticflickr.com/5051/5503686087_205ddb8c95_b.jpg
    • 6. • http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=2H4RkudFzlc
    • 7. It’s Not• Reinventing the lecture
    • 8. What’s the point?
    • 9. What’s the point?• Absent students• In place of a teacher-centered classroom• Remediation• Self-paced learning/“Mastery-Based Technique”
    • 10. How Students Learn• 1982 vs. 2012
    • 11. How Flipped Has Evolved • All students have (increased) personal contact with teacher • Personalized education • Engaged students • Teacher as guide & mentor
    • 12. Start Flipping http://www.flickr.com/photos/skewgee/5313353035/lightbox/
    • 13. Build Your Course• Link curation
    • 14. Build Your Course• Don’t reinvent• Provide the best quality
    • 15. Tools (You Already Have) • iMovie • QuickTime • YouTube • Moodle, Edmodo
    • 16. Practical Tips• Plan together• Create naming conventions• YouTube playlists• Keep videos short
    • 17. Naming Conventions• 1.01, 1.02, 1.03, etc.• Unit 1 Lesson 1, Unit 1 Lesson 2• Integers 1, Integers 2, Integers 3
    • 18. Flipped Classroom To learn moreBy Steve Katz http://bit.ly/katzflip

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