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Flipping the Classroom


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Flipping the Classroom

  1. 1. FlippingYour Classroom Anastasia Trekles, Ph.D. Office of LearningTechnology
  2. 2. What’s Flipped Learning All About?  When students receive key instruction at home, and work on tasks and application at school, you are “flipping” your classroom  Instruction can happen in many forms: videos, podcasts, websites, DVDs  In this way, students can work together on more meaningful projects and activities more in the classroom, while under your guidance  You can gain back valuable class time and learning opportunities through this method!
  3. 3. Advantages of Flipping The Classroom
  4. 4. Now the Bad news…  The same benefit for flipping instruction can also work in reverse when it comes to being there for your students while they work  When you are not there for instructional time, students may develop misconceptions about key ideas, and will not be able to instantly ask questions of you  Some students may not be motivated enough to participate in the instruction at home on their own  Others may not have the resources necessary at home to access what you need them to
  5. 5. Navigating the Pitfalls  Ensure that students can reach you outside of the face-to-face classroom through email, phone, or through BlackBoard discussions  Help students form study groups for better accountability and collaborative learning  Hold students responsible for their outside learning by grading participation and access – BlackBoard’s tracking and reporting can help
  6. 6. What About Students who Don’t have access at home?  Provide transcripts and/or lecture notes (this is essential for ADA accessibility!)  Provide downloads of videos or other learning materials on a thumb drive or CD/DVD  Recommend to students places to study on and off-campus, such as in an open computer lab, the cafeteria, or a local coffee shop  Use tools that allow for media to be accessed and/or downloaded onto mobile devices that students may very well have available to them, like smartphones and iPads
  7. 7. FlippingYour Class:The basics A-Z of Flipping the Classroom: 1.Students need to understand the flip and the expectations 2.Provide textbooks for a reference 3.Provide overview of grading (e.g. most flipped classrooms use "Mastery Learning”) 4.Locate a place to post your videos (e.g. Katura,,YouTube) 5.Get Camtasia or Jing for your computer 6.Storyboard and transcript your lesson 7.Create videos which are no more than 15 minutes each (lengthy videos lose attention) 8.Create online assignments and assessments to accompany video 9.Provide meaningful classroom activities so that students are engaged during class time rather than doing homework without learning **This may sound time intensive, but REMEMBER! Once you have created these materials, you can upload and use them for years to come (of course, editing as needed)
  8. 8. Jing  Free, but only limits your video to 5 minutes  No editing – one shot deal  Shows images and videos of what you see on your computer screen  Narrate  Overview of Jing -
  9. 9. Camtasia  Capture what you are doing on the screen  Step-by-step assignments  Projects  Lectures using PowerPoint, Prezi, or other visual aides  Editing enabled  Published video can be viewed on multiple devices  Computer  Tablet  Smart Phones  Assess Understanding  Develop quizzes inside of your video  Must purchase, but a 30-day free trial is offered  Overview of Camtasia -
  10. 10. Getting Camtasia  Purdue has a university license for you to have Camtasia in your office and on your home machine (Mac andWindows)  Visit to download the license request form and wait approximately 24-48 hours for response  You will be able to download from a secure Filelocker the Camtasia version of your choice, along with SnagIt – a great tool for capturing and editing still, single-frame screen captures
  11. 11. Getting Along with Jing and Camtasia  Great resource:  More help:  Full Manual (300 pages): Camtasia_Studio_8.1_Online_Help.pdf  Custom Media with SnagIt and Camtasia: Camtasia_Studio_8.1_Create_Library_Media.pdf  Tips for engaging screencasts: Camtasia_Studio_8.1_Create_Engaging_Screencasts.pdf
  12. 12. Publish It!  YouTube   Kaltura in BlackBoard See's+Digital+Taxonomy
  13. 13. Thanks!  Staci:  Alex:  Twitter: @PNCOLT  for all workshop notes, links, and training needs
  14. 14. Resources  Teachers Using Technology to Flip Classrooms:  Screen capture in the classroom ideas:  10Tools to FlipYour Class (tip: most are screen-capture related!): your.html  Flipped classroom design: design.html  Flipped class best practices: best-practices-andrew-miller  Flipped classroom in math: classroom-wsqing-into-twirls--2