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A Teacher's Practical Guide to the Flipped Classroom


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Educators have a lot on their hands.

We know that preparing for classes, lecturing, and grading are just the crumbs of the real load you need to carry. Plus, all the insanity surrounding the flipped classroom model that you are suddenly expected to know inside and out.

Wouldn’t it be nice to have one, comprehensive reference guide to grasp it all?

This free guide will help you master the best practices of the flipped classroom.

- To flip or not to flip? An honest overview of benefits & risks
- Leading industry experts’ insights into the role of video in education
- A real-life case study of a flipped classroom
- The ultimate checklist of things to consider before flipping
- 12 Practical EdTech tools to make your life easier
- Time-saving tips on writing lesson plans for the flipped classroom

p.s. don’t worry, it’s easy with vzaar

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A Teacher's Practical Guide to the Flipped Classroom

  2. 2. The world is changing.
  3. 3. Have you noticed this lately?
  4. 4. homework
  5. 5. homework
  6. 6. homework
  7. 7. Technology... Technology is everywhere. But there’s also this.
  8. 8. What do you mean we have to change the way we teach?.. It’s ALWAYS been like THIS!
  9. 9. Apparently, everyone is into the flipped classroom now. Are you in?
  10. 10. 73% of teachers are aware of the flipped classroom model 15% feel “totally computer- savvy”. BUT only * ** **VirginMediaBusiness,2014*Versal,2015
  11. 11. Familiar feeling? 
  12. 12. What if there was one practical guide to take you step-by-step through the whole process?
  13. 13. Well, that would be lovely, wouldn’t it?
  14. 14. Actually, there is. DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE. and start #teachingWithVideo
  15. 15. So. Are you still pondering over the great question?
  16. 16. To FLIP or not to FLIP?
  17. 17. Then, follow me.
  18. 18. What is the flipped classroom, anyway?
  19. 19. #1. A teacher records a short video of himself, delivering the same (or adapted) content, as he would present in class. 10-15 minutes #2. A student watches the video at home and prepares for tomorrow’s class, taking charge of his learning. #3. In class, students work in small groups or on personalized assignments to develop better understanding and solve problems. The Basic Structure
  20. 20. Why Flip? Students take active approach and learn more deeply. Flipped learning helps students stay engaged. Knowledge gaps become clearly visible. Group work encourages knowledge sharing. Students are saved from the homework struggle.
  21. 21. Sounds good?
  22. 22. + add the fact that students love it.
  23. 23. 1. Prior to every World History class, John now records 10-minute long videos that his students can watch at their own pace to prepare for the class time. 2. The pleasure that he gets from delivering the mini-lectures exactly the way he wants is greater than his fear of cameras. And to be fair, he does really dislike the demanding eye of a camera lens. 3. Thanks to the flipped classroom model, he is also able to involve external World History experts and engage students through real-life stories. This is John. The Flipping John’s Story
  24. 24. 4. John supplements videos with brief online quizzes and games to get immediate feedback on the points that his students missed or found unclear, collecting crucial data about each student’s individual level and pace of learning. 5. Using the quiz results, John is able to design personalized classroom assignments that assist his students with grasping the essential information, and memorizing the dates and events. 6. He finally feels that his students are starting to appreciate the depth and intrigue of the multi-layered World History. This is John. If John can do it, so can you. The Flipping John’s Story
  25. 25. A Few Tips For The Future… Parents often struggle alongside children. By moving homework into the classroom, you’re saving their time, too. Remember this if an extra argument is needed to justify your decision to flip. Sometimes you’ll just want to check whether your students watched the videos at all. Try asking a couple of basic questions, like: “What was the colour of my shirt?” or “Which example I showed was most helpful to you?”
  26. 26. Why Not? Because how will I know if my course design is effective? Because how will I control, who’s watching the videos? Because… TECHNOLOGY??
  27. 27. Okay. We get it. It’s stressful, and you don’t want to fail.
  28. 28. The best advice is to seek advice.
  29. 29. So you can…
  30. 30. 1. Do your research.
  31. 31. 2. Talk to fellow teachers who are already flipping.
  32. 32. 3. Browse the WEB.
  33. 33. or you can just…
  34. 34. DOWNLOAD THE GUIDE. // Done the research // Talked to flipping teachers // Collected the best edtech tools // Drafted the ultimate checklist of things to be aware of // And explained the whole process in plain English. Because we have… Voilá.
  35. 35. Be part of the grandeur change.
  36. 36. Teach your students the skills they will need tomorrow.
  37. 37. FLIP.
  38. 38. Just…learn from others’ mistakes. Secure your videos.
  39. 39. The Teacher’s Practical Guide to the Flipped Classroom and start #teachingWithVideo today. Questions? We are here: @vzaar. DOWNLOAD