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Flipped learning for mofacs


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Flipped learning for mofacs

  1. 1. Is it for Family & Consumer Science?
  2. 2.  Learning delivered online, or outside of classroom. Homework (application) is moved into the classroom.
  3. 3. TRADITIONAL CLASS FLIPPED CLASS Teacher is seen as Teacher is seen as “Sage on Stage” “ Guide on the Side” Homework: Homework: practice or project work View or listen tothat is based upon lecture lecture/demonstration
  4. 4. Students:1. Watch /listen to online lectures or demonstrations at own pace, at home or mobile devices.2. Interact online through discussion boards with classmates and teachers.3.;
  5. 5.  Concept EngagementTeacher works with students to create meaning ofthe work.Solves individual issues as students worktogether to master the concepts that weredelivered through “homework” resources.
  6. 6. Theoretical Classroom FlipFramework Provides Uses opportunityEducationalTechnology forandActivityLearning Educational Classroom Technology Activityare the twomostimportantelements offlipped Influences Influenceslearning as Learningthey will Environmentinfluence theeducationalenvironment. Source: Jeremy F. Strayer, Ohio State University
  7. 7. Poor Outcomes from Prevalence of traditional model Online Videos and Podcasts Only 69% high schoolstudents graduate in the Students have constant traditional classroom access to technology model. As of 2007 – 15% of adult On average, 7,200 high internet users watched anschool students drop out online class or tutorial each day. 1.3 million a 2010 – 30% viewed online year class or tutorials
  8. 8.  Jackie Gerstein - the cycle of flipped classroom There are a variety of Youtube videos that explain the concept of Flipped Learning.
  9. 9. An educational site that offers a safe way for teachers and students toconnect for classwork. Think of it as “facebook” for your class.Assignments can be posted.Links to videos can be posted.Questions and Quizzes/Tests can be linked.Students can engage in online conversations on school baseddiscussions, all to be reviewed by the teacher.Can form groups on this for peer support.
  10. 10. School based sites within school network.WIX: a relatively easy site that can be set upfor student use. stitchxstitch; a sewingtutorial – another website/blogarea to create your own site. Susan Stinson:Southern Regional WebsiteGoogle Sites and Blogger
  11. 11. The EDUonGo platform was designed with blendedlearning in mind, and it seamlessly connects themobile, online, and classroom learning environmentsso well the barriers between them will seem to havevanished!.......into The Cloud!
  12. 12. Place your presentations, videos for use bystudents* Search the site for related material
  13. 13.  Survey your students forFlipping the understanding and reviewAssessments  They love using their MobileStart Slow… Devices, online survey’s will give them a reason.This is a change of mindsetfor students as well asteachers.  Googleforms –You can start by beginning Kitchen Evaluation: Mrs.with basic assessments – Stinson Skills for Lifethose quizzes that take upjust a little too much time  Survey Monkeyin class.  
  14. 14. An online community offlipped classroom teachers.A great resource for support,resources and ideas.
  15. 15. From a veteran “flipped teacher”• Takes a lot of time to record lectures• Use resources that are available.• Expect resistance from students.• Keep options open – start small• Have a plan for the extra class time.John Sowash: