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2014 ISACS Conference - Flipping 2.0

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In this presentation, participants who teach in elementary, middle, and high school will be exposed to ways to transform their classroom through a more advanced classroom flip than the traditional instructional video. Topics to be covered are Project/Inquiry-based learning, Peer Instruction, Augmented Reality and more. I will show how to get started and examples from my classroom.

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2014 ISACS Conference - Flipping 2.0

  1. 1. FLIPPING 2.0 BY: GEORGE PHILLIP THE STANLEY CLARK SCHOOL
  2. 2. A BEGINNERS GUIDE TO “THE FLIPPED TWCLIATSTSERRO:O@Mg”e pMhiOlliDpE L EMAIL: gphillip@stanleyclark.org WEBSITE: www.reversingsocialstudies.com PHONE: (574) 303-2758
  3. 3. Q. What keeps you up at night? Complements of Dr. Julie Schell of the Mazur Group
  4. 4. What do you see? http://dx.doi.org/10.1109/tbme.2009.2038487
  5. 5. From: news.stanford.edu/news/2013/july/flipped-learning-model-071613.html?view=print
  6. 6. “I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think.” -SOCRATES
  7. 7. “WE ARE EDUCATING PEOPLE OUT OF THEIR CREATIVE CAPA C I T I E S . ” ~ SIR KEN ROBINSON
  8. 8. PROJECT/INQUIRY-LEARNING MODELS
  9. 9. HOLE IN THE WALL PROJECT FROM: HTTP://RACHELPADULA.EDUBLOGS.ORG/FILES/2011/10/HOLE-IN-THE-WALL-COMPUTERS-2BWSVXL.JPG
  10. 10. SOLE PROJECT IMAGE FROM: HTTP://BITS.BLOGS.NYTIMES.COM/2013/02/27/ONE-ON-ONE-SUGATA-MITRA-2013-TED-PRIZE-WINNER/? _R=0
  11. 11. WHAT I T I S • A collaborative way of learning and answering open-end questions while improving on 21st Century Skills
  12. 12. WHAT IT LOOKS LIKE
  13. 13. EXPLORE- F L I P -APPLY
  14. 14. “Start with questions Google cannot answer” –Me
  15. 15. Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember 1.
  16. 16. “Videos address misconceptions, not teach new content” –Ramsey Musallam, Ed.D
  17. 17. Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember 2.
  18. 18. “Show me your understanding” – Every Teacher!
  19. 19. Create Evaluate Analyze Apply Understand Remember 3.
  20. 20. Dan Meyer
  21. 21. Dan Meyer
  22. 22. Dan Meyer
  23. 23. Peer Instruction and JiTT Dr. Eric Mazur Dr. Julie Scheel
  24. 24. How Peer Instruction Works 1. transfer of information (out of class) 2. assimilation of that information (in class) From: Dr. Julie Scheel
  25. 25. Why was Rome’s geographic setting important? A. Its position was central to Italy and the known Western world. B. Strong winds brought heavy spring rains to the land. C. Farmers depended on yearly flooding to plant crops.
  26. 26. From: Dr. Julie Scheel
  27. 27. Peer Instruction in the Classroom From: Dr. Julie Scheel
  28. 28. Augmented Reality
  29. 29. How to make an Aurasma Channel By: Erin Klein Example Project By: Erin Klein
  30. 30. ANATOMY 4D - DAQRI
  31. 31. ELEMENTS 4D - DAQRI
  32. 32. OTHER RESOURCES • Drew Minoch and Brad Waid - Two Guys and Some iPads - www.twoguysandsomeipads.com

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