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  • The traditional classroom: T delivers lesson to S, S go home to do homework alone, next day a few questions might be asked. Teacher is at the center, T responsible for learning.
  • But so many things were mismatched – the amount of time spent delivering the lesson was either too little or too much for most S.
  • When the work was being done, the T and the S were not in the same place
  • And when they were in the same place, there wasn’t enough time for one teacher to answer everyone’s questions. But in the flipped class…..
  • And when they were in the same place, there wasn’t enough time for one teacher to answer everyone’s questions. But in the flipped class…..
  • ….thanks to technology, we can shift the outer circle
  • So that people, places, and times are much better aligned
  • S can take as long or as little time as they need to watch a lesson
  • Homework done in class, (can’t call it homework anymore) while the teacher is there
  • ….to answer questions, offer help, and do jit teaching
  • Now all this time is available for
  • Everyone to learn together
  • And the line between T and S
  • Gets blurred as students take more responsibility for their own learning, and teacher becomes lead learner
  • T is no longer at the centre, T can now be guide on the side as students collaborate on work
  • …..both T and S can offer individual help to other students
  • And the entire cycle is student-centered
  • Flipographic

    1. 1. Teacher-centered traditional classroom, which was full of mismatches:Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    2. 2. Mismatch #1: lesson time comprehension time for most studentsAudrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    3. 3. Mismatch #2: students alone doing homework when they need help the mostAudrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    4. 4. Mismatch #3: too many questions for one teacher, or too few due to no homework done!Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    5. 5. Thanks to technology:Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    6. 6. Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    7. 7. …we can shift the outer circle….Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    8. 8. ...so that people, place, and time are much better aligned!Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    9. 9. Students can take as long or as little time as they need to watch and get the lesson.Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    10. 10. Work is done in class with the teacher there….Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    11. 11. To do just-in-time teaching!Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    12. 12. But that’s not all: Now all of this time…..Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    13. 13. ….is available for everyone to learn together.Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    14. 14. And the line between teacher and students blurs…Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    15. 15. As students assume more responsibility for their learningAudrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    16. 16. Teacher center since students collaborate, investigate in groups.Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    17. 17. Now teacher and students help other students. ? ? ? ?Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012
    18. 18. And now the entire cycle is student-centered. ? ? ? ?Audrey McLaren McGoldrick Nov 2012

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