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Flipped learning cpd for clc


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Flipped learning cpd for clc

  1. 1. Flipped Learning CPD Let’s flip, not flop Guest wifi access password: smccguest When you navigate the web Username: stmarys, Password: stmarys
  2. 2. Objectives Understand the concept of flipped learning Consider the purpose of flipping Be aware of barriers with this approach Look at how to flip your classroom Know where to find out more
  3. 3. What is Flipped Learning?
  4. 4. Now for a quick quiz… Go to on any device
  5. 5. Why flip?  boost engagement  class time can be used for more personalised learning  class time is not wasted on an explanation  uses digital resources, which our young people need to be exposed to  benefits for absent students  students can pause and rewind their teacher  increases student-teacher interaction  increases student-student interaction  allows for real differentiation  improved classroom management
  6. 6. Barriers A good ICT provision is needed  Will the student have engaged sufficiently with the material?  Need to find ways to assess the home learning  Where will you publish your content? Youtube access?  Will you curate, create or both?  How will you make the resources?  Planning of subsequent lessons
  7. 7. Flipped Classroom Approach 1. Create your content 2. Make it available to students 3. Students complete a short task which assesses their knowledge and understanding (to be completed at home or as soon as they come into the classroom) 4. Use this data to create different pathways for them to follow in lesson, dependent upon their knowledge 5. Use the lesson time to help those that need it the most
  8. 8. Example lesson plans
  9. 9. Example lesson plans
  10. 10. SOLO taxonomy
  11. 11. Flipping your classroom Create vs curate Find and use good videos that are already online But they might not cover the exact content you want Creating your own allows them to be your work, and teach in your way Time consuming to create! Storage
  12. 12. Creating videos  Grab a camera (and a colleague?!) and record what you want  Use online video tools eg. Powtoon  Use apps eg. ExplainEverything, Doceri  Use screen capture software to record what you are doing  Use presentation software eg. PowerPoint, Prezi, KeyNote
  13. 13. Top Tips Check sound Use illustrations Use as many demonstrations as you can Don’t attempt to explain too much in one video  Decide if you want to script it or not  Don’t spend too long worrying about what it looks like, content is more important  Have fun! Be a great teacher! Don’t flip every lesson
  14. 14. Where can I put the materials? o Make it accessible for students o Online platforms o Moodle or other VLE o Independent platforms eg Edmodo o o Youtube, Teachertube, Schooltube o Google Classroom o Disseminate via school email eg. googlemail
  15. 15. How can I assess students? • Traditional – Paper quiz – Show of hands to answer – Multiple choice quiz • Technological – ( – Google Form (with flubaroo) – Socrative – QuickKey
  16. 16. How can I find out more? • My blog: • • Twitter – #fliplearn – #flipclass • Formal research: 2013 whitepaper: A second year review of flipped learning
  17. 17. Questions Samantha Broom Head of MFL St Mary’s Catholic Academy @spanishsam