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Flipped/Flex Learning Webinar
for Ross Education
Facilitator: Dan Petrak
Professor of Mathematics/
Faculty Liaison to Dist...
Objectives for today’s webinar:
• Define Flipped/Flex Learning
• Talk about ways to use the Ross email system and
Open Edu...
Think about something you are really good at.
How did you learn it?
A Little History
Dr. Eric Mazur at Harvard began researching Flipped Learning in
the 90's and called it "peer instruction“
Used by Permission by Dr. Robert Talbert
Used by Permission by Dr. Robert Talbert
Used by permission by Dr. Leslie Owen Wilson
http://thesecondprinciple.com/teaching-essentials/beyond-bloom-
cognitive-tax...
Hot Tips: Visit http://www.scoop.it/t/flipped-classroom-
in-higher-ed and follow #flipclass on Twitter!
Elevate thinking with a Flipped/Flex Classroom!
• Increase human interaction (social construction)
• Customize learning ba...
Become more of a “guide on the side"
instead of a "sage on the stage"
“There must be far less telling on the
part of the t...
Chat time
Based on this brief introduction to Flipped/Flex
Learning, please chat in a short description of
this teaching m...
Flipped/Flex Learning
Share an example of a
student centered
learning activity.
Where to learn more and network with others
flippedlearning.org
What are some this can be done at Ross Education?
• Ross email (use Bcc:)
• Open Educational Resources to engage
students ...
Share Best Practices with Email
• Push Communication
• Link to resources
• Answer student questions
• Others…
Open Education Resources
• www.youtube.com
• www.merlot.org
• www.wolframalpha.com
• www.quizlet.com
• www.biodigital.com
Biodigital https://www.biodigital.com/
Quizlet www.quizlet.com
Download if you have a Smart Phone
Quizlet
Merlot http://www.merlot.org/
Merlot http://healthsciences.merlot.org/
Wolfram Alpha http://www.wolframalpha.com/
Wolfram Alpha Examples
http://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/
Time to look around
• Take some time to look at some of the
resource presented.
• Think about how these resources could be...
In closing…
• If faculty embrace the value and benefit of
Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the
students.
In closing…
• If faculty embrace the value and benefit of
Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the
students.
• It is okay to...
In closing…
• If faculty embrace the value and benefit of
Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the
students.
• It is okay to...
In closing…
• If faculty embrace the value and benefit of
Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the students.
• It is okay to...
Share your idea(s)…
Based on what you have learned… what will
you do differently?
Questions and comments?
Feel free to contact Dan Petrak at
dgpetrak@dmacc.edu
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Flipped learning webinar for Ross Education March 2015

  1. 1. Flipped/Flex Learning Webinar for Ross Education Facilitator: Dan Petrak Professor of Mathematics/ Faculty Liaison to Distance Education Des Moines Area Community College March 14, 2015
  2. 2. Objectives for today’s webinar: • Define Flipped/Flex Learning • Talk about ways to use the Ross email system and Open Educational Resources to begin doing this. • Find an OER to use with one of your courses. • Share ideas and reflect on this can impact learning in and out of class.
  3. 3. Think about something you are really good at. How did you learn it?
  4. 4. A Little History Dr. Eric Mazur at Harvard began researching Flipped Learning in the 90's and called it "peer instruction“
  5. 5. Used by Permission by Dr. Robert Talbert
  6. 6. Used by Permission by Dr. Robert Talbert
  7. 7. Used by permission by Dr. Leslie Owen Wilson http://thesecondprinciple.com/teaching-essentials/beyond-bloom- cognitive-taxonomy-revised/
  8. 8. Hot Tips: Visit http://www.scoop.it/t/flipped-classroom- in-higher-ed and follow #flipclass on Twitter!
  9. 9. Elevate thinking with a Flipped/Flex Classroom! • Increase human interaction (social construction) • Customize learning based on the learner's needs and style • Higher levels of learning during class time • Reduce lecture and passive learning activities during class time. • Remember, shift transmission out of class and bring assimilation into class
  10. 10. Become more of a “guide on the side" instead of a "sage on the stage" “There must be far less telling on the part of the teacher, and far more doing on the part of the student.” -- Jean Piaget, 1896-1980 Flipped Learning Mantra
  11. 11. Chat time Based on this brief introduction to Flipped/Flex Learning, please chat in a short description of this teaching method or idea(s) that stood out to you.
  12. 12. Flipped/Flex Learning Share an example of a student centered learning activity.
  13. 13. Where to learn more and network with others flippedlearning.org
  14. 14. What are some this can be done at Ross Education? • Ross email (use Bcc:) • Open Educational Resources to engage students in and out of class. • Emphasize the aspects of the lessons that engage students at the higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy
  15. 15. Share Best Practices with Email • Push Communication • Link to resources • Answer student questions • Others…
  16. 16. Open Education Resources • www.youtube.com • www.merlot.org • www.wolframalpha.com • www.quizlet.com • www.biodigital.com
  17. 17. Biodigital https://www.biodigital.com/
  18. 18. Quizlet www.quizlet.com
  19. 19. Download if you have a Smart Phone Quizlet
  20. 20. Merlot http://www.merlot.org/
  21. 21. Merlot http://healthsciences.merlot.org/
  22. 22. Wolfram Alpha http://www.wolframalpha.com/
  23. 23. Wolfram Alpha Examples http://www.wolframalpha.com/examples/
  24. 24. Time to look around • Take some time to look at some of the resource presented. • Think about how these resources could be used in a Flipped/Flex scenario • Be prepared to share one idea or resource
  25. 25. In closing… • If faculty embrace the value and benefit of Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the students.
  26. 26. In closing… • If faculty embrace the value and benefit of Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the students. • It is okay to try and fail. That is part of growth and learning.
  27. 27. In closing… • If faculty embrace the value and benefit of Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the students. • It is okay to try and fail. That is part of growth and learning. • This will be new for the students as well. Change is not easy.
  28. 28. In closing… • If faculty embrace the value and benefit of Flipped/Flex learning…then so will the students. • It is okay to try and fail. That is part of growth and learning. • This will be new for the students as well. Change is not easy. • The goal is better student learning, motivation, retention.
  29. 29. Share your idea(s)… Based on what you have learned… what will you do differently?
  30. 30. Questions and comments? Feel free to contact Dan Petrak at dgpetrak@dmacc.edu

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