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TCEA 2015 February 5, 2015
Randy Brooks
Lovejoy ISD Session 150387
The Next Giant Leap:
InfuseUs.com
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
TCEA 2014 Flipped Analysis:
FAD
FICTION
FUTURE
FLIPPED
CLASSROOM
Here are a few current teaching challenges that we addressed
last year with flipped classrooms which we will also address
...
What do we stand to gain with quality online secondary-
level courses…?
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
 Elements of the Course
 Host – Basic
 School Website
 Wix
 Weebly
 GoogleSites
 Host – Advanced
 School Network (...
 Elements of the Course
 Host
 Content
 Syllabus
 Video Instruction
 Documents
 Support Tools and Links
 Contact/I...
 Elements of the Course
 Host
 Content
 Advanced
 Student product submissions
 Interactives for lessons
 Assessment...
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
 Fully online courses taught by university professors at no
or low cost with no class size limitations.
 Venture Capital...
 The MOOC market is currently experiencing an
explosion and is proving very valuable in helping us
analyze and plan the m...
 Top MOOC providers:
 Coursera
 Over 900 courses from 120+ partners to include:
 Columbia/Princeton/Rice/Rutgers/Yale
...
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
When determining what to provide as the
Video/Lecture component…
…know your competition and keep elements under
20 minutes...
There are many options for multimedia production
tools. Here is a mix that I have found quite
effective:
FLIPPED
CLASSROOM
There are a wide array of digital content
delivery options:
- Filmed lectures,
- Customized tutorials,
- Online games/appl...
Consider submitting a great lesson to be
digitized and illustrated via TedEd.
Consider video lessons from others such as...
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
Identifying or producing video notes or lectures is a first
step. The power of online course comes from the richness
of ot...
Spend significant thought and effort on what
the class environment and the class work look
like.
Digital Portfolio devel...
A major area of need is impactful student activity:
 Online doesn’t mean proven in-class techniques will be
ineffective. ...
The FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section of your
class can be a very effective teaching tool.
 In the digital culture...
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
Video Commentaries from involved parties:
 Middle School Principal and Online Doctorate Student
 High School Flipped Stu...
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
Technology Options (Websites):
EduCanon
EdPuzzle
WebAssign
Educators Technology
Google for Education
Zaption
Overview of the Day
 2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis
 What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?
 Online Course Design Aspe...
Launch Hurdles
A Roadmap to an Online Course Offering
 Clearly Define the Purpose of the Offering
 Identify/Pursue the A...
 What questions regarding the move
from flipped to online classroom
have we not addressed sufficiently to
prepare you to ...
SESSION NUMBER 150387
 Session Evaluation
 Please provide feedback through
the convention mobile app or online
survey at...
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TCEA The Next Giant Leap-From Flipped to Online

  1. 1. TCEA 2015 February 5, 2015 Randy Brooks Lovejoy ISD Session 150387 The Next Giant Leap: InfuseUs.com
  2. 2. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  3. 3. TCEA 2014 Flipped Analysis: FAD FICTION FUTURE FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  4. 4. Here are a few current teaching challenges that we addressed last year with flipped classrooms which we will also address with online courses... Tutoring
  5. 5. What do we stand to gain with quality online secondary- level courses…?
  6. 6. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  7. 7.  Elements of the Course  Host – Basic  School Website  Wix  Weebly  GoogleSites  Host – Advanced  School Network (Cloud)  Blackboard’s CourseSites  ItunesU  GoogleClassroom  Canvas  Moodle  Access Level/Security  Digital Capacities  Student Accessibility
  8. 8.  Elements of the Course  Host  Content  Syllabus  Video Instruction  Documents  Support Tools and Links  Contact/Interface Venues  Email Blog Discussion Board Twitter  Instant Messaging Phone Skype
  9. 9.  Elements of the Course  Host  Content  Advanced  Student product submissions  Interactives for lessons  Assessment/Grading/Feedback Tools  Monitoring and Intervention of Students  Assessment Security/Validation
  10. 10. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  11. 11.  Fully online courses taught by university professors at no or low cost with no class size limitations.  Venture Capitalists are pouring money into providers that house classes from many different universities.  Profit is derived from ads, support material sales, and college promos. MOOC MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
  12. 12.  The MOOC market is currently experiencing an explosion and is proving very valuable in helping us analyze and plan the move from Flipped to Online.  MOOCs are available globally and are tending toward the Roddenberry tenet visualized through Star Trek of a quality education available to all. MOOC MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
  13. 13.  Top MOOC providers:  Coursera  Over 900 courses from 120+ partners to include:  Columbia/Princeton/Rice/Rutgers/Yale  Hebrew U. in Jerusalem  National Museums  University of Melbourne  Edx  Non-profit founded and managed by MIT and Harvard.  Almost 300 courses from 65 partners.  Udacity  In-house productions with a focus on Math and Computer Science. MOOC MASSIVE OPEN ONLINE COURSES
  14. 14. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  15. 15. When determining what to provide as the Video/Lecture component… …know your competition and keep elements under 20 minutes. What multimedia did the student just view?…that is your competition. Quality matters…Get a good microphone. FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  16. 16. There are many options for multimedia production tools. Here is a mix that I have found quite effective: FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  17. 17. There are a wide array of digital content delivery options: - Filmed lectures, - Customized tutorials, - Online games/applets, - Lectures of others, - Self-produced episodes. Digital delivery is more like a personal tutorial than a class lecture. FLIPPED CLASSROOM
  18. 18. Consider submitting a great lesson to be digitized and illustrated via TedEd. Consider video lessons from others such as Thinkwell, Brightstorm, Khan, or Bozemanscience. Or work with team members to create your own series of digital deliverables.
  19. 19. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  20. 20. Identifying or producing video notes or lectures is a first step. The power of online course comes from the richness of other resources to which you can direct the students.  Online interactives,  Quizzes with choice explanation/analysis,  Digital flash cards,  Relevant games,  Tutorials.
  21. 21. Spend significant thought and effort on what the class environment and the class work look like. Digital Portfolio development is an effective way to drive learning and encourages student planning and forethought.
  22. 22. A major area of need is impactful student activity:  Online doesn’t mean proven in-class techniques will be ineffective. We will continue to find new and creative ways to continue to use the Marzano 41 key strategies.  Students will still engage and collaborate with each other. They will now do this online. Their learning curve for using this venue can be accelerated through your deliberate lesson production.
  23. 23. The FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) section of your class can be a very effective teaching tool.  In the digital culture, FAQs are highly utilized to associate with individuals encountering common issues.  FAQs don’t have to be just from users. You can embed higher-level questions and then follow with scaffolding.
  24. 24. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  25. 25. Video Commentaries from involved parties:  Middle School Principal and Online Doctorate Student  High School Flipped Student  High School Flipped AP Calculus Teacher  Middle School Cybrarian  High School Online Course Student  Middle School Online Course Student  High School AP Calculus Teacher Online
  26. 26. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  27. 27. Technology Options (Websites): EduCanon EdPuzzle WebAssign Educators Technology Google for Education Zaption
  28. 28. Overview of the Day  2014 TCEA Flipped Analysis  What is the draw of Flipped/Online courses?  Online Course Design Aspects  Elements of Course  MOOCs  Lesson Videos  Student Engagements  Personal Testimonies  Technology Options  Launch Hurdles
  29. 29. Launch Hurdles A Roadmap to an Online Course Offering  Clearly Define the Purpose of the Offering  Identify/Pursue the Approvals Needed  Determine School Platform/Training Impacts for Students, Teachers, and Parents  Identify Personnel/Departments which need to be involved in decisions/evaluations  Build Course Operations Guidelines  Digitize Curriculum
  30. 30.  What questions regarding the move from flipped to online classroom have we not addressed sufficiently to prepare you to begin your journey?
  31. 31. SESSION NUMBER 150387  Session Evaluation  Please provide feedback through the convention mobile app or online survey at: www.tcea.org/surveys.

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