The Basics ofFlipped LearningA Beginner’sGuideBy: Debby Caven
Welcome WEMTA Attendees!Your presenter for today is:Debby Caven / email@example.com• Former Educator of 28 years• SMART Certified Trainer • InfoCor, WEI• Online Certified Teacher • eClass4learning• MEIT from Cardinal Stritch University• Adjunct professor •Viterbo University, • Cardinal Stritch University • George Williams College of Aurora University
Agenda for Today’s Session What is Flipped Definition and Background Information Learning? Regarding the Flipped Classroom Pedagogy and Strategies Necessary for aTeaching Strategies Seamless Flipped ClassroomPutting Together a The “Nuts & Bolts” Needed for a Video Flipped Classroom Further Information for Future Follow-Ups Resources or Questions
The Story of Flipped Learning• Humble beginnings in Woodland Park, Colorado in 2006 by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams• Aaron discovers a site where PowerPoints could be recorded with voice and annotations and then recorded to a video file• What began as selfishness to save them time, became a model for other educators.
Vocabulary as a Foundation• Podcasts/Vodcasts• Blended Learning• Reverse-Instruction Similar• Flipped Classroom• Inverted Classroom• Direct Instruction (DI)• Project Based Learning (PBL)
Ask One Question• Where in the learning cycle do my studentsmost need me face-to-face? Lecture? Practice? Discussion? Application? Assessment? Remediation?
Then ask …..• What can I remove from class by usingtechnology to increase the value of fact-to-facetime? Lecture? Practice? Discussion? Application? Assessment? Remediation?
Do NOT Ask …. • Where can I put a video in my lesson?
Remember:“Technology does not drive change -- itenables change.”
Things to Remember:• Do not make a video simply for the sake of making a video• Pedagogy must drive technology
The Flipped Classroom Infographic (Bradtke/Jaeger)Shifting direct Freeing classinstruction time for …. http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
Participate in an activity that allows for Home may not work for you.greater engagement in f2f. Often is DI In-class video/technologythrough technology: video, screencast, that allows for less wholepodcast… Do not be limited to lecture. group DI is an option. Yes! Student centered, ownership, f lex-pace Engagement: One-on-one with the … and peers, …24/7 access instructor PBL, Collaboration, experts online and learning Inquiry Driven, Mastery Learning, UbD, Hands-on… http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/ (Bradtke/Jaeger)
Purposes for FlippingStudents Teachers• Students learning at different • Teacher spending most of paces (slow, medium, fast) class time going over problems• Students missing important and not giving students a lot of pieces of information from time to practice on their own class even though they were with support "present” • Teacher spending many extra• Students absent (sick, sports, etc) and missing critical hours tutoring and re- lessons explaining to students who• Students not completing didnt "get it" in class homework fully or correctly at home because they "forgot" how to do it from class (or simply copying from a friend)
Student Benefits and GoalsDon’t have to worry about… Can focus on…• Being absent (sick, extra- – Being an active, responsible curriculars) and missing content learner – can access anywhere, – Working and collaborating with anytime classmates to deepen• Lesson being taught too fast to understanding comprehend – Being in charge of their learning and their success in the class.• Getting stuck on homework problems with no support – Working with concepts they need more support in• Being bored because content is understanding too easy – Managing their time to meet• Forgetting old material and given learning objectives having no way to re-access it
Ways to Begin Your Change• Focus on materials where students do not need you to be present• Record live for one year• Go all-in• Flip one unit per term• Create a single lesson
Ways to Begin Your ChangeConsider a single lesson to start:• If you want to have students work on problem-solving skills, perhaps model problem-solving inyour screencasts. • If you want to guide them through a bookreading, perhaps create an online version of thelecture to help cue their attention to the importantideas
Ideas for Videos to Make:1. A lecture (can use pre-recorded ones) *2. Video of you demonstrating how something works in real life3. Video of a lab procedure4. Guided problem-solving5. Homework solutions6. Pre-lab activity7. Exam review
Tips for Creating a Screencast• Keep it short • 5 minutes for elementary • 8 – 15 minutes for grades 6-12 • 15 – 20 for college• Always include an assignment, on-taskrequirement (WSQ)• Allow thinking• Add a secret question
Address the Needs (Bradtke/Jaeger)• The need – absent students – class question• Solution – Showme video for instruction http://www.showme.com/sh/?h=qv7fEcC
Address the Needs (BradtkeJaeger)The need – teacher feedbackSolution - video grading session for written workLit Review Comments• Recorded with Jing• Shared via public dropbox http://dl.dropbox.com/u/9779677/Student%20Work/Lit_Review_2_comments--Aida%201.swf
Address the Needs-Enrichment Kidsmath.tv(http://www.kidsmathtv.com/addition-of-numbers/
Address the Needs-A FlippedVideo Already Created!
Review:Three Key Elements of the FlippedClassroom:1) Quality instructional videos2) Engaging class activities3) Robust assessment
Strategies forUsing Videos at Home1. Study guides2. Note taking3. Require reconnect each day
During Video• Cooperative learning strategies• Socratic Questioning• Group Discussion• Notes (WSQ)• Brainstorming• Graphic Organizers• Classification• Notes
How to Flip1) Choose your topic2) Create or find a screencast3) Share content4) Day After - Plan activities or center work
Screencast Tips and IdeasWhat is a screencast?Per Wikipedia:A screencast is a digital recording of computer screenoutput, also known as a video screen capture, oftencontaining audio narration. The term screencastcompares with the related term screenshot; whereasscreenshot is a picture of a computer screen, ascreencast is essentially a movie of the changes overtime that a user sees on a computer screen, enhancedwith audio narration.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Screencast
Using your SMART Board• Two choices: – SMART Recorder – Page Recorder
SMART Recorder• Make a video recording no matter what applications you are using on the interactive whiteboard• With a microphone attached can also record voice• File saved as a .wmv file• Recordings can be played using SMART video player or Windows Media player
When to use SMART Recorder• Flipping your classroom• Sample math problems, spreadsheet or formula to review at end of class or to view once again• Upload to website for student access at home, Moodle or wiki• Record student work as a form of assessment
How to (continued): – Press Stop button to end recording• Prompted to save file – Select location, name file and press Save• Recording Complete dialog box appears, providing details of the recording, including the size and recording time• To immediately view your recording, check Play Recording
Hiding the SMART Recorder• Press Menu button and select Hide to System Tray• Click on SMART Recorder icon to access a menu providing access to Record, Pause, Stop and other features of Recorder. Select Show to restore SMART Recorder to full size
When to UseSMART Page Recorder• Record an example of an activity or problem to replay when using the lesson activity in class• Students working independently at whiteboard can view and review without seeking help of teacher
How to Use Page Recorder:• Open Properties tab• Press Page Recording button• Press Start Recording button• Complete actions you want to record• Press Stop Recording
How to Use Page Recorder:• Page Recording Toolbar appears at bottom of SMART Notebook page – play and pause recording from this SMART Notebook page at any time• Also play a recording by pressing on Play button in the Page Recording section of the Properties tab.
Qualities of Good Recordings• Keep it short• Make sure your hand writing is legible• Students want to hear your voice• Do you want it perfect or tomorrow?• Focus on information that are foundational skills and the lower levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy
Screencast Resources(Not commonly thought of)1. Smart Phone2. Voicethread
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