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Using a Flipped Classroom to Achieve Learning
(Avoid the Flops)
Salvador Bondoc, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA and Valerie Strange, MS...
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Using a flipped classroom to achieve learning

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Using a flipped classroom to achieve learning

  1. 1. Using a Flipped Classroom to Achieve Learning (Avoid the Flops) Salvador Bondoc, OTD, OTR/L, FAOTA and Valerie Strange, MS, OTR/L Department of Occupational Therapy, Quinnipiac University, Hamden, CT Why Does it Work? Pre-class: •  Students are accountable •  Students can pace their own learning, plan ahead •  Priming effect through low level learning (e.g., know, be aware) In Class: •  Everyone thinks, listens, speaks, participates •  Students collaborate to problem-solve with higher order thinking After Class: •  Encourages reflection to improve communication/delivery of content •  Students can revisit, review content at their own pace To Learn More…. •  Berrett, D. (2012). How ‘flipping’ the classroom can improve the traditional lecture. Education Digest, 78, 1, 36-41. •  Critz, C. & Knight, D. (2013). Using the flipped classroom in graduate nursing education. Nurse Educator, 38 (5), 201-213. •  Educase (2012). Seven things you should know about flipped classrooms. •  King, A. (1993). From sage on the stage to guide on the side. College Teaching, 41, 1,30-35. •  Moffett, J. (2014). Twelve tips for “flipping” the classroom. Medical Teacher, 1-6. •  Pierce, R. & Fox, J. (2012). Vodcasts and active-learning exercises in a “flipped classroom” model of a renal pharmacotherapy module. American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education, 76 (10), 5. Figure Out which topics to Flip; start small Locate/ create a resource for out-of-class activity Incentivize students to complete the work Process concepts and apply content in- class Create TechSmith Recordings YouTube, CD/ DVD Recordings, Tutorials Use Guide Questions to prompt Reflection at Critical points Media Based Resources Web Games: Anatomy Arcade Mobile Apps: iMedical Apps Pocket Brain Product Review Exercise related to Learning Digital Based Resources Collaborative: Blogs, Wikis, Google Docs Self-Directed: FlashCard App, Terminology List, Low-stakes Test Pre-class Tasks Case Analysis/ PBL Debate/Critique Presentations/ Group work Cooperative learning – Jigsaw Responseware, Polling Technology In-class Activities Why Does it Flop? Students: •  When they perceive that they “have to teach ourselves” •  Duplication of efforts may be viewed as busywork •  Incentives become extrinsic motivators Faculty: •  Do not provide immediate feedback to students •  Lack of follow-through from faculty •  Higher order thinking takes place outside of class vs. inside of class (limited opportunity to role-model) •  Inadequate planning •  Taking on too much at once What is it? Flipping the classroom, also known as, inverted teaching is a teaching approach where traditional delivery of content is conducted outside of the classroom and assignments that require higher order thinking and doing are completed in the classroom. Create FAQs Supplemental learning Assessment of learning Provide external resources for discovery learning Sharing of resources Post-class Tasks

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