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Flipping classrooms


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Flipping classrooms

  1. 1. REDUCE MEANINGFUL D Interaction in the classroom lecture time The opportunity to learn at aCOMFORTABLE REAL PACE TIME practice in the classroom
  3. 3. THE ADVANTAGES OF VIDEORewind & PauseAllowing students to replay parts they need repetition onAllowing students to freeze frame video flow for time toabsorb and reflect – stopping the action at any point Allow learning anytime, anywhere Learning need not to be confined within classrooms but now anywhere, anytime Most importantly, at a time where they are ready to learn. Active reference point Allowing students to own an active learning material
  4. 4. Free online video tutorials Maths, History, Finance, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Astronomy and Economics Non-profit organization Recipient of Microsoft Tech Education AwardSALMAN KHAN, FOUNDER (2009)Created the Khan Academy in 2006 Recipient of Googles Project 10100 $2 million award (2010) Delivered a talk at TED (2011)
  5. 5. WHY IT WORKS?Allows LEARNER AUTONOMYShort, lively mini lecturesFREE and available for anyone VIDEO WORKS in teaching & learning
  6. 6. CASE STUDY #1 Program: Mandarin Workshop Subject: Mandarin Class size: 23Tutor’s comments:TEACHERS AS GUIDE MEANINGFUL BRIDGING BETTERMore time to guide students’ INTERACTION CONNECTIONpractice than teaching the skills Interactive time increased thus Enhanced interaction between encouraging ideas creation and students and tutors knowledge sharing
  7. 7. CASE STUDY #2 Program: CIENG Subject: Grammar (Intermediate) Class size: 25Tutor’s comments:A GREAT DEDUCTIVE AN EVER READYAPPROACH REFERENCE POINTStudents getting a warm up Students who missed lecturesbefore lesson can view grammar videos at home
  8. 8. CASE STUDY #3 Program: Diploma Subject: Object Oriented Systems Analysis and Design Class size: 23Tutor’s comments:INDEPENDENT INCREASED SELF-MOTIVATEDLEARNING RESPONSIBILITY Sufficient motivation is neededStudents takes initiative to learn More responsibility for their learning, working independently of the tutors
  9. 9. CASE STUDY #4 Program: MLVK Subject: Mathematics Class size: 5Tutor’s comments:CONNECTION BETWEEN SMALL vs LARGETOPICS LANGUAGE CONSTRAIN CLASS SIZERelation of one topic to another Majority of MLVK students are Tutor is able to attend to everytopic is not covered by the poor in English student in small classavailable videos
  10. 10. FINDINGSVITAL LEARNING FREEDOM TO LEARN NO ONE GETS LEFTRESOURCE ANYTIME, ANYWHERE BEHINDVideos can and will change the Learning takes place at the time Learning, relearning is moreway students learn of their convenience attainable However, there are also certain drawbacks
  12. 12. NEW ROLES More time for students in classTeachers can now Teachers as facilitatorsDO MORE THAN BEFORE. More time for assessment and evaluation Students taking charge in learning
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