Flipping Your Classroom

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  • Changes the place in which content is delivered. Teacher assigns lecture-type instruction – in the form of video, simulations, slidecasts, readings, podcasts – as homeworkClass time can be used interactively. The class becomes conversation space, creation space, space where teachers actively facilitate learning.Instructor = FacilitatorCheck for student knowledgeProvide guidance/assistanceReduces lecturing time = more class time for active learningHigh order thinking skillsImproved engagement/participationMeets needs of different types of learners
  • Relatively new – not a lot of concrete researchAlready somewhat established in K-12 – emerging area for higher education
  • Demo video page on libraryLimit to streamed video – limit to Grant MacEwan
  • Flipping Your Classroom

    1. 1. FLIPPING YOURCLASSROOMUsing Online Resources to Engage StudentsLisa Shamchuk, Librarian ShamchukL@macewan.ca
    2. 2. Outline• What is it?• Does it work?• What resources can I use?– Free online– From the library
    3. 3. What is it?Flipping the Classroom: Simply Speakinghttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=26pxh_qMppE
    4. 4. What is it?http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
    5. 5. Limitations• Preparation time• Students must have home access totechnology• Must have incentive to do the homework– In class activity must relate to homework
    6. 6. Does it work?• Preliminary research from TechLearning (K-12)online survey• Of 453 flipped educators surveyed:– 88% said flipping improved their own job satisfaction– 67% reported improved student test scores– 80% reported improved student attitude– 99% said they would do it again next yearhttp://www.techlearning.com/magazine/0007/what-do-teachers-whove-flipped-their-classrooms-have-to-report/52785
    7. 7. Does it work?• Clintondale High School (Detroit - 2011)– Failure rate (English)• Before: 52%• After: 19%– Failure rate (Math)• Before: 44%• After: 13%– Discipline cases• Before: 736• After: 249http://flippedhighschool.com/
    8. 8. Resources: Free Online
    9. 9. Resources: Library• Films on Demand• National Film Board(NFB)• Naxos Video Library• Theatre in Video• Counseling andTherapy in Video• Search the catalogue
    10. 10. Resources: You• Screencasting tools– Fee– Free• Post to Blackboard or Youtube
    11. 11. How do I get started?• Start small– Flip a lesson or unit• Use already recorded material– Supplement with your custom later• Reach out– Talk to Faculty Commons, other educatorswho are doing it
    12. 12. Learn more…• Salman Khan: Let’s use video to reinvent education:http://www.ted.com/talks/salman_khan_let_s_use_video_to_reinvent_education.html• Barkley, E. F. (2010). Student engagement techniques: Ahandbook for college faculty / Elizabeth F. Barkley. SanFrancisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. [also available as an eBook]• Bergmann, J., & Sams, A. (2012). Flip your classroom:Reach every student in every class every day. Eugene,Or.: International Society for Technology in Education. [alsoavailable as an eBook]

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