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Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
Early Childhood Education Flipped Learning
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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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