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The Flipped Classroom 
What I have learned so far! 
R. Redekopp and Class Dec 2014
Ideas from my course 
University of Manitoba 
Flipping and Blending Your Classroom to Enhance C21 Skills 
Fall 2014
It’s not a “Solution” 
● The FC is not a ‘solution.’ It is a strategy. 
● You can use all or part of it. 
● You can use th...
Videos - Teacher 
● You do not have to make the video - there are hundreds 
out there now 
● You do not have to be ‘in’ th...
Videos - Student 
● watching will have the same response rate as 
homework 
● express a favourable view but don’t necessar...
Homework 
● Video can be homework 
● Can be watched in class as necessary 
● Good for review 
● You might get a few more w...
The Changed Classroom 
It better be different - do activities there wasn’t time for before 
● The ‘found’ time must be use...
● Nothing is proven 
● Results are generally positive - certainly in regard to 
attitude 
● May be just the Hawthorne effe...
Assessment and C21 Skills 
● more opportunity for “For’ assessment 
● needs to be more obvious on the report card 
● In th...
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The flipped classroom what i've learned so far.

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A summary of what we learned about the Flipped Classroom in a course at the U of Manitoba

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The flipped classroom what i've learned so far.

  1. 1. The Flipped Classroom What I have learned so far! R. Redekopp and Class Dec 2014
  2. 2. Ideas from my course University of Manitoba Flipping and Blending Your Classroom to Enhance C21 Skills Fall 2014
  3. 3. It’s not a “Solution” ● The FC is not a ‘solution.’ It is a strategy. ● You can use all or part of it. ● You can use the idea of a changed classroom and changed pedagogy.
  4. 4. Videos - Teacher ● You do not have to make the video - there are hundreds out there now ● You do not have to be ‘in’ the video ● First few alway take way longer - it gets better ● content matters and it’s still direct instruction ● shorter is better ● perfection is a dream - you need it tomorrow ● videos help you learn about your own teaching/speaking ● helps you focus on key ideas
  5. 5. Videos - Student ● watching will have the same response rate as homework ● express a favourable view but don’t necessarily watch ● they need to be taught how to watch ‘instructional’ video ● keeping notes or answering brief questions can help keep their attention ● this is where the learner ‘control’ comes in: pause, rewind, skip, quit, rewatch ...
  6. 6. Homework ● Video can be homework ● Can be watched in class as necessary ● Good for review ● You might get a few more who watch the video than might do the homework
  7. 7. The Changed Classroom It better be different - do activities there wasn’t time for before ● The ‘found’ time must be used well to enhance learning and keep students coming. ● There is more time to interact with each student ● It takes time to adapt to a new style and gather new resources ● Students may not recognize the difference initially and may not appreciate the new style (they have been well trained in the old style) ● It can feel chaotic unless you really know where you want it to be going. ● Lots of patience required!!!!!
  8. 8. ● Nothing is proven ● Results are generally positive - certainly in regard to attitude ● May be just the Hawthorne effect or the teacher personality. Research
  9. 9. Assessment and C21 Skills ● more opportunity for “For’ assessment ● needs to be more obvious on the report card ● In theory the extra class time should allow students to demonstrate C21 skills ● Extra time should also allow for students to express their learning through alternative media. ● Writing/powerpoint should not be allowed for some assignments

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