Flipped! ExpandingTechnology’s Role in Instruction             Statewide IT Conference                September 24, 2012  ...
What is the flipped classroom?
What a flipped classroom is NOT: Synonym for online   Replacing teachers   Students working      videos             with v...
What a flipped classroom IS:   INCREASED interaction and personalized attention between     students and teachers
Environment forstudents to takeresponsibility for   their own    learning
Teacher is the “Guide on theSide” instead ofthe “Lord at the    Board”
Classroom where students who are absent can easily catch up
Classroomwhere contentis archived for     review
Balance of the flipped classroom      Online    Component                   Videos                            Personalized...
Development of Concept / Technique                                 2011 •Bergmann and Sams                           •Flip...
Why I flipped my classroom…
Is flipping yourclassroom a good fit?
Are you willing to put in  extra work initially?
Do your students have the  technology to view out-of-class videos? Do you have the equipment to create them?
Are you enthusiastic about the flipped model’s ability  to change education? Orjust in it for the trendiness?
Are you looking for a magical solution?
First steps to flipping   your classroom
Read up
Get yoursupervisor/department      on board
Plan early for the new semester
Work with the technology
And finally, don’t get  too discouraged
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Flipped! Expanding Technology's Role in Instruction

  1. 1. Flipped! ExpandingTechnology’s Role in Instruction Statewide IT Conference September 24, 2012 Brianna Marshall and Sarah McAfoose Indiana University Bloomington
  2. 2. What is the flipped classroom?
  3. 3. What a flipped classroom is NOT: Synonym for online Replacing teachers Students working videos with videos without structure Students spending the entire class Students working An online course staring at a in isolation computer screen
  4. 4. What a flipped classroom IS: INCREASED interaction and personalized attention between students and teachers
  5. 5. Environment forstudents to takeresponsibility for their own learning
  6. 6. Teacher is the “Guide on theSide” instead ofthe “Lord at the Board”
  7. 7. Classroom where students who are absent can easily catch up
  8. 8. Classroomwhere contentis archived for review
  9. 9. Balance of the flipped classroom Online Component Videos Personalized Attention
  10. 10. Development of Concept / Technique 2011 •Bergmann and Sams •Flip Your Classroom: – Colorado Reach Every Student •Flipped Classroom in Every Class Every •Smith – Washington, Conference, Day D.C. Woodland Park High School 2008 2012
  11. 11. Why I flipped my classroom…
  12. 12. Is flipping yourclassroom a good fit?
  13. 13. Are you willing to put in extra work initially?
  14. 14. Do your students have the technology to view out-of-class videos? Do you have the equipment to create them?
  15. 15. Are you enthusiastic about the flipped model’s ability to change education? Orjust in it for the trendiness?
  16. 16. Are you looking for a magical solution?
  17. 17. First steps to flipping your classroom
  18. 18. Read up
  19. 19. Get yoursupervisor/department on board
  20. 20. Plan early for the new semester
  21. 21. Work with the technology
  22. 22. And finally, don’t get too discouraged
  23. 23. Flipped! ExpandingTechnology’s Role in Instruction Statewide IT Conference September 24, 2012 Brianna Marshall and Sarah McAfoose Indiana University Bloomington

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