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Iatefl flipped slideshare

  1. 1. what is the flippedclassroom?
  2. 2. your first taskhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/37054091@N06/6116205219/Bloom’s taxonomy
  3. 3. VideoTaskText
  4. 4. “There is no suchthing as THE flippedclassroom”Aaron Sams
  5. 5. what is the flippedclassroom?The flipped classroominverts traditional teachingmethodsdelivering instruction onlineoutside of the classand moving “homework”into the classroom
  6. 6. criticism #1http://www.fotopedia.com/items/flickr-365295575The flipped classroom seems to be basedon the old instructional (behaviourist)model of education? If so, is this adesirable development?
  7. 7. what is the flippedclassroom?The flipped classroominverts teaching methodsproviding initial input onlineoutside of the classand promoting moreoutput in the classroom
  8. 8. Setting up(in class)
  9. 9. in class
  10. 10. in class
  11. 11. at home
  12. 12. at home
  13. 13. at home
  14. 14. at home
  15. 15. at homehttp://www.mindmeister.com
  16. 16. at home
  17. 17. at home
  18. 18. at home
  19. 19. http://vimeo.com/32151543at home
  20. 20. In class?http://www.flickr.com/photos/besphotos/2702611790/in/photostream
  21. 21. vocabulary focusrole-play or dialogue creationparent & child (bully or bullied)teacher & parentteacher & child (bully or bullied)written compositiondiary of studentletter to parentvideo or audio workfiction sceneresponseRespond to the text
  22. 22. How does the role of the teacher change?How does the role of the learner change?
  23. 23. How does the role of the teacher change?planning inputawarenessfacilitation
  24. 24. How does the role of the learner change?responsibility autonomyco-operationskills
  25. 25. Quest to learn:http://www.safeshare.tv/w/DoNAeGrRqm
  26. 26. Don’t flip all the timeGet feedback from your studentsTell them what you’re doing and whyExperiment, reflect and adaptDon’t worry if not all your students do the work
  27. 27. Thank youEmail: paul.braddock@britishcouncil.esTwitter: @bcnpaul1Blog: http://bcnpaul1.blogspot.comWebsite: http://teachingenglish.org.uk

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