Unfamiliar – You don’t know what’s important or what is needed to learn it Complex you need a pathway.
Where will students look? What to focus on? Use colors and e-Learning Principles. Have students engage the focus Check for understanding Thinglink
Teach students how to get unstuck Make lots of mistakes – 6 Million ahead of them Make different tutorials Teach them every technology you show them All free or low-cost
Newsgroups Call attention to the logic Use screencasts and screencaptures to send for help
Some Lessons Learned:
Technology is Consumer-Level
1. Can flip almost any subject with good materials
2. Purposefuly combat fantasia
3. Use attention and focus to show what’s important
4. Don’t get stuck – usually three ways to do anything
5. Writing is a form of thinking
6. Tell learners if something is complex or unfamiliar
7. Strive for at least three levels of interaction
8. Just because you can do it . . . .
Can Flip Almost Anything
• Determine if it is complex or unfamiliar
• Make written tutorial
• My subscription ran out but I won’t renew on
the wifi here (not secure). I’ll post another
tutorial after I get home on Friday.
• Shulman (1999)
• How to combat – bubbl.us
Culture is Always a Factor
• Differentiated Instruction Web 2.0 Teach
students to do it.
Pros and Cons of Flipped Instruction
Pro: Almost any subject can be flipped
Con: Not all students have tech access
Pro: Learner control
Con: Learner motivation?
Pro: Many ways to access materials
Con: Unanswered questions
Pro: Materials customized
Con: Student may not participate