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Engaging students in the study of statistics
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Engaging students in the study of statistics
Engaging students in the study of statistics
Engaging students in the study of statistics
Engaging students in the study of statistics
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  • 1. ENGAGING STUDENTS IN THE STUDY OFSTATISTICS:A LESSON IN FLIPPING THE CLASSROOMOHIO EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2013FEBRUARY 13 – 10:45AMTracey A. Stuckey-Mickell, Ed.D.The Ohio State UniversityCollege of Education and Human Ecologystuckey-mickell.1@osu.edu | @tstucmickell
  • 2. OVERVIEW Think-Pair-Share: For students, what are some advantages of the flipped approach? For teachers, what are some advantages? What are some challenges for students? For instructors? Discussion later… The Story Behind the Flip: Summer 2011, EDUPL786 A Reflective Moment: Recognizing Need for Change (Analysis) Risk-taking in the Classroom: To Flip or Not to Flip? (Analysis) The Decision To Flip, But How? (Design) The Experience of Flipping (Development)  Sample Materials Implementing the Flip (Implementation) Determining Success (Evaluation) Next Steps
  • 3. Summer 2011, EDUPL 786 – Intro to Inquiry 2…THE STORY BEHIND THE FLIP
  • 4. A REFLECTIVE MOMENT:RECOGNIZING THE NEED FOR CHANGE
  • 5. RISK-TAKING IN THE CLASSROOM:TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP?
  • 6. THE DECISION TO FLIP, BUT HOW?
  • 7. THE EXPERIENCE OF FLIPPING
  • 8. Making Inferences About Populations –Part 1: http://osu-edu.adobeconnect.com/p6700bc21jx/ (7:45)SAMPLE MATERIALS
  • 9. IMPLEMENTING THE FLIP
  • 10. DETERMINING SUCCESS
  • 11. NEXT STEPS
  • 12. How do your answers compare to what I’ve shared from my journey?What are the big “take-aways” or “things to think about” whenconsidering flipping your classroom?THINK-PAIR-SHARE:DISCUSSION/DEBRIEFIING
  • 13. TRACEY A. STUCKEY-MICKELL, ED.D.THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN ECOLOGYSTUCKEY-MICKELL.1@OSU.EDU@TSTUCMICKELLThanks for attending!

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