FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM
TO ENGAGE STUDENTS
Presented by Dana Bodewes and Steve Sosa
TRADITIONAL
EDUCATIONAL MODEL
SS
Traditional Educational Model
History of Educational Model
•  Designed during industrial revolution
•  Assembly line desig...
Traditional Educational Model
Problem with One Size Fits All
•  Students receive same education
•  Students however are di...
Traditional Educational Model
Challenges to One Size Fits All Model
•  Individual interest in subject matter
•  Disenchant...
So then…If we could design
a model for today’s students,
that goes beyond a one size
fits all approach, what unique
elemen...
FLIPPED COURSE MODEL
DB
Flipped Course Model
Research:
•  Project based learning is powerful
•  Long lectures lose student attention
•  Peer learn...
Flipped Course Model
•  Shift in instructor and student roles
•  Pre-recorded instruction before class
•  Activities and d...
INSTRUCTION, FLIPPED
DB
Direct Instruction
•  5-10 minute mini-lectures
•  Screencast or video
•  Posted before class
Direct Instruction
Instruction might include:
•  Motivating with enthusiasm & stories
•  Providing a conceptual framework
...
Direct Instruction
Instruction might include:
•  Stating relevancy to specific populations
•  Sharing up-to-the-minute inf...
Direct Instruction
Instruction might include:
•  Demonstrating processes
•  Modeling thinking or problem solving
•  Provid...
CLASS TIME, FLIPPED
DB
Class Time
•  Instructor is facilitating learning
•  Students are engaged in activities
•  Students are often working in s...
Class Time
Class time might include:
•  Project based learning
•  Group discussions or debates
•  Peer teaching
•  Small g...
Class Time
Class time might include:
•  Analysis of reading, materials, lectures
•  Critiquing or evaluating ideas
•  Rese...
Class Time - Activity
Traditional
Warm-up 5 min
Homework review 20 min
Lecture 30 min
Practice 20 min
Flipped
Warm-up 5 mi...
FLIPPED LEARNING
AT PLU
DB
Flipped Learning at PLU
•  No official data
•  Experimentation is occurring
•  Audience poll
fall-visit-640-11-12-12.jpg
Flipped Learning at PLU
Example:
•  Chemistry at PLU
•  Process demonstration
•  5 minute videos
Flipped Learning at PLU
Pros
•  High-touch and high-tech
•  Research supports active
learning & peer learning
•  Reduces s...
Flipped Learning at PLU
Instructional Design Tips:
•  Start small,
•  one lesson/activity
•  Something difficult/ open for...
IMPLEMENTING THE
FLIPPED MODEL
SS
Implementing the Flipped Model
The Right Content
•  Determine lesson objectives
•  Choosing type of content
•  Using other...
Implementing the Flipped Model
Making Your Own Content
•  Determine format
•  Demonstration/explanation
•  Narrating prese...
Implementing the Flipped Model
Video as Flipped Content
•  Checkout kits available now!
•  Hardware
•  Software
Implementing the Flipped Model
Camtasia Software
http://www.techsmith.com/education.html
Implementing the Flipped Model
Sharing Your Content
•  Who is your audience?
•  Should this content be public or private?
NEXT STEPS
SS
Planning, Resources, and Tools
Resources
•  Flipped Learning Network
•  Educause
•  Future workshops
•  Available checkout...
THANK YOU
See you at the next event!
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Created as part of our monthly themed workshops, this presentation started off the month. It covers flipped learning versus traditional learning, examples of flipped content, and steps to move towards flipping your class.

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PLU: Flipping the Classroom to Engage Students

  1. 1. FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM TO ENGAGE STUDENTS Presented by Dana Bodewes and Steve Sosa
  2. 2. TRADITIONAL EDUCATIONAL MODEL SS
  3. 3. Traditional Educational Model History of Educational Model •  Designed during industrial revolution •  Assembly line design •  Educated in batches, by age •  Separated by subject matter •  Goal is standardization •  “One size fits” all approach
  4. 4. Traditional Educational Model Problem with One Size Fits All •  Students receive same education •  Students however are different Can’t take notes fast enough… Miss classes… Never absorbs key concepts…
  5. 5. Traditional Educational Model Challenges to One Size Fits All Model •  Individual interest in subject matter •  Disenchantment with the system •  Generational values absent in the system •  Connect •  Collaborate •  Create
  6. 6. So then…If we could design a model for today’s students, that goes beyond a one size fits all approach, what unique elements would we change? RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms By Sir Ken Robinson http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zDZFcDGpL4U
  7. 7. FLIPPED COURSE MODEL DB
  8. 8. Flipped Course Model Research: •  Project based learning is powerful •  Long lectures lose student attention •  Peer learning is more effective http://www.naz.edu/chemistry/lab-partners/multimedia%7Cmultimedia:000%7Cimage
  9. 9. Flipped Course Model •  Shift in instructor and student roles •  Pre-recorded instruction before class •  Activities and discussion in class http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
  10. 10. INSTRUCTION, FLIPPED DB
  11. 11. Direct Instruction •  5-10 minute mini-lectures •  Screencast or video •  Posted before class
  12. 12. Direct Instruction Instruction might include: •  Motivating with enthusiasm & stories •  Providing a conceptual framework •  Highlighting key ideas •  Clarifying or preventing common errors http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=76OPHizxTfQ&feature=share&list=PLAzzv1Ff1A5wi50P3aLxHznD42ATZBGGx&index=16
  13. 13. Direct Instruction Instruction might include: •  Stating relevancy to specific populations •  Sharing up-to-the-minute info •  Summarizing multiple sources •  Providing remediation or advanced learning options http://youtu.be/7Lfc6jjp1WQ
  14. 14. Direct Instruction Instruction might include: •  Demonstrating processes •  Modeling thinking or problem solving •  Providing lab directions, tours, orientations •  Giving technical tutorials http://youtu.be/zQhT4eHeTSU
  15. 15. CLASS TIME, FLIPPED DB
  16. 16. Class Time •  Instructor is facilitating learning •  Students are engaged in activities •  Students are often working in small groups http://americanradioworks.publicradio.org/features/tomorrows-college/lightbox/umr/000-044.jpg
  17. 17. Class Time Class time might include: •  Project based learning •  Group discussions or debates •  Peer teaching •  Small group remediation
  18. 18. Class Time Class time might include: •  Analysis of reading, materials, lectures •  Critiquing or evaluating ideas •  Researching or exploring evidence •  Practicing skills and completing exercises
  19. 19. Class Time - Activity Traditional Warm-up 5 min Homework review 20 min Lecture 30 min Practice 20 min Flipped Warm-up 5 min Q&A 10 min Practice 60 min
  20. 20. FLIPPED LEARNING AT PLU DB
  21. 21. Flipped Learning at PLU •  No official data •  Experimentation is occurring •  Audience poll fall-visit-640-11-12-12.jpg
  22. 22. Flipped Learning at PLU Example: •  Chemistry at PLU •  Process demonstration •  5 minute videos
  23. 23. Flipped Learning at PLU Pros •  High-touch and high-tech •  Research supports active learning & peer learning •  Reduces student passivity •  Flexible model Cons •  Initial time and effort •  Student resistance •  Lack of research
  24. 24. Flipped Learning at PLU Instructional Design Tips: •  Start small, •  one lesson/activity •  Something difficult/ open for improvement •  Analyze the objective •  Plan for active learning •  Consider alternative approaches •  Best use of class time •  Best use of independent time •  Additional supports/options http://tcf.org/assets/images/commentary_images/2014-2-20-sat-ben-blog.jpg
  25. 25. IMPLEMENTING THE FLIPPED MODEL SS
  26. 26. Implementing the Flipped Model The Right Content •  Determine lesson objectives •  Choosing type of content •  Using other people’s content •  Limited time •  Struggle with technology •  Camera-shy TEXTBOOK ARTICLE VIDEO SIMULATION APP
  27. 27. Implementing the Flipped Model Making Your Own Content •  Determine format •  Demonstration/explanation •  Narrating presentation slides •  Weekly lectures
  28. 28. Implementing the Flipped Model Video as Flipped Content •  Checkout kits available now! •  Hardware •  Software
  29. 29. Implementing the Flipped Model Camtasia Software http://www.techsmith.com/education.html
  30. 30. Implementing the Flipped Model Sharing Your Content •  Who is your audience? •  Should this content be public or private?
  31. 31. NEXT STEPS SS
  32. 32. Planning, Resources, and Tools Resources •  Flipped Learning Network •  Educause •  Future workshops •  Available checkout equipment Support •  Faculty support community •  Instructional Technologies
  33. 33. THANK YOU See you at the next event!

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