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  • 1. "The flippedclassroom isnt amethodology its anideology." - Brian Bennett
  • 2. ECC Getting GoingBeginners1. Think About Flipping2.
  • 3. http://goo.gl/b27mtGo to Todays Meet to shareideas, and ask questionsabout flipped learning:
  • 4. ● Not just doing class work at home and homework in class.● Blended learning.● Leverages technology for teaching.● Self-paced lectures for students.● Personalizes learning, student-ownership.● Learners are turned into creators.● Transforms the role of teachers.● Is a tool in our teacher toolbox, you decide when it is mostuseful.Flipped Learning
  • 5. ● Accountability● The role of the teacher● No Computer○ Burn DVD○ Allow kids to watch video at school● No Internet○ Save to flash driveWhat about?
  • 6. ● Morning circles and carpet basedlearning.● Assess prior knowledge.● PYP unit introduction.● Differentiated, small group learning.● Family use to reinforce concepts at home.● In the middle of the learning cycle forreinforcement.Why would an ECCteacher flip a lesson?
  • 7. ECC Sample LessonHandwriting Without Tears
  • 8. What is TED Ed?
  • 9. "Conferences still have a purpose...butits not content and knowledge.Classrooms still have a purpose...butits not content and knowledge.What is the reason we get togetherface to face?" -Jeff Utecht
  • 10. Image credit Jackie Gerstein, Ed. D.
  • 11. What is the best use of video?Blooms Taxonomy Image. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 Oct. 2012. <https://scom/site/bloomsapps/blooms-explained>.
  • 12. Blooms 21. Digital image. N.p., n.d. Web. 4 Oct. 2012. <http://blogs.kqed.org/mindshift/files/2012/05/bloom_pyramid-2-300x321.png>.
  • 13. Visual AudioRepository Other Resources● Moodle● sophia.org● YouTube.com● SchoolTube.com● YouTube EDU● vimeo.com● edmodo.com● TedED● flip cameras● iMovie● Screen capture● Quicktime● Google Docs● Google Docs-collaborative notes● Chatroom (Todays Meet)● Class Twitter Hashtag● http://vodcasting.ning.com● http://www.shambles.net/pages/staff/flipvtools/● iTunes U● Garage Band● iTalk (iOS devices)
  • 14. Getting Connected at ASF@tipsbytracey @mrjuandeluca@ChilangaTracy @pattyshanti @ASFmexdlc@asf.edu.mxhttp://pinterest.com/asfdlc/CTE Online 2012-13http://goo.gl/lWOA6
  • 15. "We are no longer limited to aclass period or a physicalclassroom. We have theopportunity to match theinstructional activity with theenvironment that makes mostsense. " -Doug Woods

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