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  • 1. Flipping the Classroom: Pedagogy Meets TechnologyRobert Gonzales Chemistry Teacher William Kiker Math Teacher The Academy for Global Studies at Austin High School Austin, TX
  • 2. Do Now:  Take one of the video guides on your table. We may need to share!  Answer the questions as you watch: “What the Kids are Saying”
  • 3. Do Now:  What advantages/disadvantages did you note about the “flipped classroom” model?  How is the “flipped classroom” model different than the traditional model?
  • 4. “Flipping the Classroom” What I What I Need Know to Know Conceptually vs. Logistically
  • 5. Setting the Intention  There are many reasons for coming to this session!  What’s yours?
  • 6. Head in theClouds…  Linear thinking vs. Cloud thinking
  • 7. One of Many Definitions…Flipping the Classroom: (v) changing theinstructional approach to provide appropriateresources for students at home in order tocapitalize on critical thinking opportunities onlyavailable within the social construct of theclassroom. 
  • 8. Mythinformation aboutFlipping the Classroom
  • 9. A flipped classroom isinherently better than a traditional classroom.
  • 10. Flipping yourclassroom will make you a better teacher.
  • 11. My videos need to beprofessional and perfect when launched.
  • 12. I can just record mylecture and put it online for students to watch.
  • 13. Video lessons are the best way to present new material.
  • 14. Brainstorming:Think/Pair/Share:  What is a lesson that you teach that just CANNOT be substituted by a video? Why?  In preparation for that lesson, is there something that students can do independently to be more successful during the lesson?
  • 15. If I flip my classroom, I will have to repeat myself less.
  • 16. Video lessons for homework means more independent student work in class.
  • 17. I have to be atechnological wizard to flip my classroom.
  • 18. If I flip my classroom, students will experience sudden and dramatic increases in mastery.
  • 19. I don’t have time to flip my classroom.
  • 20. If I were to flip…The Next Steps:  Create a To-Do List of things that you would need to do or have done in order to implement this technique next year.  Take a few minutes on your own and then share with your table.
  • 21. Technology Inventory  What type of technology is appropriate for my specific content?   Document camera   Camcorder with tripod   Tablet (for capturing writing on computer)   Screencasting software   Video editing software   iPhone/iPad apps
  • 22. How do I get started? (without flipping out)  Resources and example videos are available at this presentation’s website: flippedclassroomissn.weebly.com