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Slides from my presentation at Osaka JALT Tech Day Plus 2011

Slides from my presentation at Osaka JALT Tech Day Plus 2011

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  • 1. The "flipped classroom" and how I made one  with Google William R. Hogue MA TESOL and Applied Linguistics http://www.linkedin.com/in/williamhogue
  • 2. PROBLEMS and OPPORTUNITIES
      • Repeaters' writing for science majors
      • No textbook
      • PowerPoints
      • Computer lab
      • Pods
      • Small class (18)
  • 3. PREVIOUSLY TRIED
      • Shared network drive
        • Good access from lab
        • Web interface off campus
      • DOCs and PDFs
      • Writing on paper
      • Teaching in class... with access
  • 4. NEXT STEPS
      • Website
        • Privacy
        • Rich content
      • DOCs and PDFs
      • Online shared writing
      • Teaching from the website
  • 5. FOUND WHILE RESEARCHING
    • JONATHAN BERGMAN and AARON SAMS
    • "THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM"
    Lessons by "vodcasting" (video podcasting) at home. Activities ("homework", labs) at school. Students self-pace through curriculum ("mastery" system).
  • 6. NOW
      • Website (Google Sites)
        • Privacy
        • Rich content
      • DOCs and PDFs (OpenOffice.org)
      • Online shared writing (Google Docs)
  • 7. Found content Embed Link Attach
  • 8. Writing
    • 10 minutes
    • One white board
    • Key ideas only
    80 minutes Writing Conferencing
  • 9. Reading
    • 10 minutes: Administration 80 minutes: Collaboration
  • 10. Shared Documents
    • Feedback (and grading) through shared documents.
    Comments have timestamps. Reply generates email.
  • 11. So far this term in the "Writing Repeaters class...
    • 17 of 18 students attend regularly and are on track to pass.
    Because of the flipped class ? Because of using shared docs ? Revisions are being done after feedback . 
  • 12. Google Sites - Privacy
    • Share site access with list
    • Requires Google login
    • Any email address OK
    • "A few already use GMail, a few will need extra help setting up." 
  • 13. Google Sites - Setup
      • Domain (Sites or Apps?)
      • Templates (content, organization)
      • Styles (colors, fonts)
      • Adjust (delete, move, set access)
      • Build (easy as blogging, almost)
  • 14. Google Sites - Access
      • Student creates Google login.
      • Student sends mail to instructor.
      • Instructor sends registration form to student.
      • Student completes form.
      • Instructor adds student to site access list.
  • 15. Google Sites - Content
      • DOC or ODT templates
      • PDF (attach - embed)
      • Links (open in new tab)
      • Videos (YouTube)
      • Slides (Google Presentation)
      • ... 
    MAKE OR FIND?
  • 16. FUTURE - MAKE RICH CONTENT
    • No "talking heads" videos.
      • RSA Animate
      • (Salman) Khan Academy
      • Google
  • 17. FUTURE - "MASTERY" SYSTEM?
    • Pros and Cons:
      • Self paced
      • Transparent?
      • Fair?