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China keynote--Flipped Learning

Jon Bergmann's powerpoint for China Sept 2015

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China keynote--Flipped Learning

  1. 1. Flipped Learning @jonbergmann
  2. 2. One Question
  3. 3. I am a teacher
  4. 4. who believes in…
  5. 5. Relationships
  6. 6. There must be a better way than this…
  7. 7. From This
  8. 8. To These
  9. 9. Steve Kelley
  10. 10. Steve Kelley
  11. 11. John Teague
  12. 12. John Teague
  13. 13. Zeke
  14. 14. Marzano Research Labs
  15. 15. Lesson Types
  16. 16. I am a learner
  17. 17. Jon
  18. 18. How many of you are parents?!
  19. 19. We send kids home 
 with the hard stuff.
  20. 20. I am a learner
  21. 21. Jon
  22. 22. Bloom’s Taxonomy! (revised)!
  23. 23. Bloom’s Taxonomy! (revised)!
  24. 24. Bloom’s Taxonomy! ( revised & flipped )!
  25. 25. A more! realistic picture! Bloom’s Taxonomy! (revised)!
  26. 26. From the Flipped Class to Flipped Learning!
  27. 27. The Top 10 
 Biggest Mistakes
  28. 28. Videos are too long 10  
  29. 29. Don’t Make it Easy for the end user 9  
  30. 30. Teachers Are Not Active in the Classroom 8  
  31. 31. What a Class Should Look Like 8  
  32. 32. Giving Up too Early 7  
  33. 33. Don’t Plan for Students Incomplete Understanding 6  
  34. 34. Don’t Build in Interactivity 5  
  35. 35. 4  
  36. 36. 4  
  37. 37. 4  
  38. 38. 4  
  39. 39. 4  
  40. 40. Teach Them How 3  
  41. 41. 2  
  42. 42. Don’t Make Class Time Meaningful/Purposeful/ Awesome 1  
  43. 43. Ask One Question…
  44. 44. Our Latest Project
  45. 45. Books for sale in the back of the room
  46. 46. Its about rethinking 
 CLASS-TIME
  47. 47. Guided Practice Application! 20
  48. 48. Peer Tutoring Application! 19
  49. 49. Small Group Work Application! 18
  50. 50. 17
  51. 51. Interactive Notebooks 16
  52. 52. 16
  53. 53. 16
  54. 54. Mastery Organization 15
  55. 55. Flipping Instructions Application! 14
  56. 56. Recording Each 
 Others Experiments Application! 13
  57. 57. Simulations! Application! Analysis! 12
  58. 58. Simulations Application! Analysis! 12
  59. 59. Manipulatives Application! Analysis! 11
  60. 60. Rethinking the Timing of Homework Checks! Before Flipping Go over previous nights HW 15 min Teach New Content 20 min Practice New Content 10 min After Flipping Questions from Flipped Video 10 min Practice New Content 30 min Go over class work (HW) 5 min Erin Richardson Model Application! Analysis! 10
  61. 61. Station Model! Research   Project  Wri9ng   Analysis! Evaluation! 9
  62. 62. 8
  63. 63. Analysis! Evaluation! 8
  64. 64. Analysis! Evaluation! 8
  65. 65. Choice Boards! 7
  66. 66. Blooms Level Knowledge/ Understanding Application Higher Order/ Hands On Activity 1 Read Textbook & take notes Worksheet (Odds) Experiment A Activity 2 Watch Video & Take Notes Worksheet (Evens) Experiment B Activity 3 Interactive Online Simulation Project: Design Your Own Experiment to demonstrate Mastery Choose one item from each of the following columns 7
  67. 67. Choice Days ! vs ! Activity Days! 6
  68. 68. Student Choice Board!6
  69. 69. Explore-Flip-Apply! Explore   Flip  Apply   Evaluation! 5
  70. 70. Inquiry in a Math Class! Stage  1   Stage  2   Stage  3   4
  71. 71. Stages! Scaling as an example Evaluation! Stage 1 Students Learn how to perform a task (via flipped video) Stage 2 Students execute the task and collect data! Stage 3 Students Analyze data and construct a formula or function that explains the data 4
  72. 72. In Flip (Station Rotation) 3
  73. 73. In Flip (Station Rotation) 3
  74. 74. In-Flip
 Station Rotation 3
  75. 75. Video Story Problems Evaluation! Thanks Ben Rimes! 2
  76. 76. Student Created Content 1
  77. 77. MathTrain.tv Student Created Content Creation! 1
  78. 78. Lesson Types
  79. 79. If you can be…

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