Using Connect Tools to Flip Your
Classroom
Jeffrey Anderson
Ohio University
Presenter: Jeffrey Anderson
Jeffrey Anderson is an instructor at Ohio University where
he has taught management and manage...
The Traditional Classroom

Lecture
Discuss
(ask questions)

Practice
What is the Flipped Classroom?
Direct
Instruction
Model
Content delivery in class

Working on homework alone

The
Flipped
...
Review with
LearnSmart

Come
to
Class

Take
the
online
quiz

Read
the
Chapter

View
online
lectures
Delivering Content Outside of Class
• Lecture Capture any technology that
allows instructors to
record course
activities a...
Connect Tools for Content Delivery

LearnSmart/SmartBook

Instructor Created
Tegrity Lectures

Interactive Presentations
Two Best Practices
1. Break the content into
“chunks”, creating a
series of 5 to 10
minute video
segments
2. Provide an on...
The Flipped Classroom
Lectures
(viewed online)

Discuss
(collaborate)

Discover,
Practice,
Apply
Didactic Discussion – Think, Pair, Share

?
Numbered Heads Together
1. Students count off in
numbers
2. Instructor asks
question
3. Students “put their
heads together...
Changing Roles of Students in Class
• From voluntary participation
to mandatory participation
– Warm calls and cold calls
...
Changing Instructor Roles
• Traditional pedagogy • The Flipped Classroom
– Teacher-centered
– Passive Learner
– Faculty as...
Bloom’s Taxonomy

In-class
Exercises

Online
Lectures
Costs and Benefits
• Costs
– Time intensive, creating
lectures, researching
exercises –
implementing in phases
can help
– ...
The Bottom Line
• In an era where
information is
(effectively) free, what
is the role of the college
instructor?
• The fli...
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    1. 1. Using Connect Tools to Flip Your Classroom Jeffrey Anderson Ohio University
    2. 2. Presenter: Jeffrey Anderson Jeffrey Anderson is an instructor at Ohio University where he has taught management and management information systems classes since 1989. In addition to teaching management principles classes, he directs the OHIO International Consulting Program in which multi-cultural student teams consult with multi-national companies to solve real business problems. He has helped develop, deliver, and lead business training programs which have trained over 2,000 information technology consultants for a major European firm. Professor Anderson is an advocate of the flipped classroom method and has made presentations at academic conferences and has published articles and book chapters on flipping the classroom and mobile learning. He is an active academic advisor and was awarded the Outstanding University Faculty Advisor award in 2010.
    3. 3. The Traditional Classroom Lecture Discuss (ask questions) Practice
    4. 4. What is the Flipped Classroom? Direct Instruction Model Content delivery in class Working on homework alone The Flipped Classroom Content delivery outside class Applying concepts collaboratively in class
    5. 5. Review with LearnSmart Come to Class Take the online quiz Read the Chapter View online lectures
    6. 6. Delivering Content Outside of Class • Lecture Capture any technology that allows instructors to record course activities and then make them available digitally (Educause, 2008)
    7. 7. Connect Tools for Content Delivery LearnSmart/SmartBook Instructor Created Tegrity Lectures Interactive Presentations
    8. 8. Two Best Practices 1. Break the content into “chunks”, creating a series of 5 to 10 minute video segments 2. Provide an online activity immediately after the lecture (see uncc.edu or georgiasouthern.edu)
    9. 9. The Flipped Classroom Lectures (viewed online) Discuss (collaborate) Discover, Practice, Apply
    10. 10. Didactic Discussion – Think, Pair, Share ?
    11. 11. Numbered Heads Together 1. Students count off in numbers 2. Instructor asks question 3. Students “put their heads together” so everyone on team knows answer 4. Instructor calls students by number 1 2 3 4
    12. 12. Changing Roles of Students in Class • From voluntary participation to mandatory participation – Warm calls and cold calls • A few students participate to all students participate • From passive spectator to active participant • Students take ownership of their learning
    13. 13. Changing Instructor Roles • Traditional pedagogy • The Flipped Classroom – Teacher-centered – Passive Learner – Faculty as the deliverer of content – “Sage on the stage” – Learner-centered – Active Learner – Faculty as a cognitive coach – “Guide on the side”
    14. 14. Bloom’s Taxonomy In-class Exercises Online Lectures
    15. 15. Costs and Benefits • Costs – Time intensive, creating lectures, researching exercises – implementing in phases can help – Resistance from some students who want to be spoon-fed material – regular reminders of method and rationale • Benefits – – – – More engagement More satisfied students Deeper learning Builds stronger student/teacher relationships
    16. 16. The Bottom Line • In an era where information is (effectively) free, what is the role of the college instructor? • The flipped classroom allows instructors to maximize their most valuable resource – time spent with students
    17. 17. Click here to watch this recorded presentation Thank you!

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