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Flipping  math lectures Christian Spannagel University of Education Heidelberg http://www.christian-spannagel.de Why? How?...
Drawbacks of lectures Why? speed no  feedback listening  is not enough hierarchy + dependency boredom uneconomic
Advantages of presentations Why? demonstra- tions take time target-group specific explanations profs like presenting
Lecture recordings on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/pharithmetik see also: Jörn Loviscach, FH Bielefeld How?
Flipping math lectures! input problems traditional lecture flipped lecture How?
Active plenary session board professor In: Berger, Grzega & Spannagel (2011).  Lernen durch Lehren im Fokus. Berlin: epubl...
„ Philosophy“ How? „ YOU are responsible for your own learning success!“ „ I give you all materials you need, and I give y...
What do students think about that? Learning with videos is easier for me than learning in traditional lectures. Survey by ...
What do students think about that? This teaching concept makes sense to me. Survey by Maike Fischer, MA student „E-Learnin...
What do students think about that? If you had a choice on how we should proceed:  How would you decide? Survey by Maike Fi...
What do students think about that? How would you grade the teaching concept? Survey by Maike Fischer, MA student „E-Learni...
Future perspectives… <ul><li>…  producing more videos </li></ul><ul><li>…  using videos from other professors </li></ul><u...
Thank you very much for your attention! http://tinyurl.com/umgedrehtemathevorlesung [email_address] twitter: @dunkelmunkel...
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Flipping math lectures

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Presentation about the flipped classroom in math lectures
inverted classroom conference Marburg 14./15.2.2012

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Flipping math lectures

  1. 1. Flipping math lectures Christian Spannagel University of Education Heidelberg http://www.christian-spannagel.de Why? How? and
  2. 2. Drawbacks of lectures Why? speed no feedback listening is not enough hierarchy + dependency boredom uneconomic
  3. 3. Advantages of presentations Why? demonstra- tions take time target-group specific explanations profs like presenting
  4. 4. Lecture recordings on YouTube http://www.youtube.com/user/pharithmetik see also: Jörn Loviscach, FH Bielefeld How?
  5. 5. Flipping math lectures! input problems traditional lecture flipped lecture How?
  6. 6. Active plenary session board professor In: Berger, Grzega & Spannagel (2011). Lernen durch Lehren im Fokus. Berlin: epubli. How?
  7. 7. „ Philosophy“ How? „ YOU are responsible for your own learning success!“ „ I give you all materials you need, and I give you support.“
  8. 8. What do students think about that? Learning with videos is easier for me than learning in traditional lectures. Survey by Maike Fischer, MA student „E-Learning und Medienbildung“, winter term 2011/12 Why?
  9. 9. What do students think about that? This teaching concept makes sense to me. Survey by Maike Fischer, MA student „E-Learning und Medienbildung“, winter term 2011/12 Why?
  10. 10. What do students think about that? If you had a choice on how we should proceed: How would you decide? Survey by Maike Fischer, MA student „E-Learning und Medienbildung“ Why?
  11. 11. What do students think about that? How would you grade the teaching concept? Survey by Maike Fischer, MA student „E-Learning und Medienbildung“, winter term 2011/12 Why?
  12. 12. Future perspectives… <ul><li>… producing more videos </li></ul><ul><li>… using videos from other professors </li></ul><ul><li>… including formative self-assessments </li></ul><ul><li>… </li></ul>
  13. 13. Thank you very much for your attention! http://tinyurl.com/umgedrehtemathevorlesung [email_address] twitter: @dunkelmunkel facebook:dunkelmunkel CC-BY-SA Florian Heckl There is no way back!

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