ENGAGING STUDENTS IN THE STUDY OFSTATISTICS:A LESSON IN FLIPPING THE CLASSROOMOHIO EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY CONFERENCE 2013FEBRUARY 13 – 10:45AMTracey A. Stuckey-Mickell, Ed.D.The Ohio State UniversityCollege of Education and Human Ecologystuckeyemail@example.com | @tstucmickell
OVERVIEW Think-Pair-Share: For students, what are some advantages of the flipped approach? For teachers, what are some advantages? What are some challenges for students? For instructors? Discussion later… The Story Behind the Flip: Summer 2011, EDUPL786 A Reflective Moment: Recognizing Need for Change (Analysis) Risk-taking in the Classroom: To Flip or Not to Flip? (Analysis) The Decision To Flip, But How? (Design) The Experience of Flipping (Development) Sample Materials Implementing the Flip (Implementation) Determining Success (Evaluation) Next Steps
Summer 2011, EDUPL 786 – Intro to Inquiry 2…THE STORY BEHIND THE FLIP
A REFLECTIVE MOMENT:RECOGNIZING THE NEED FOR CHANGE
RISK-TAKING IN THE CLASSROOM:TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP?
How do your answers compare to what I’ve shared from my journey?What are the big “take-aways” or “things to think about” whenconsidering flipping your classroom?THINK-PAIR-SHARE:DISCUSSION/DEBRIEFIING
TRACEY A. STUCKEY-MICKELL, ED.D.THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITYCOLLEGE OF EDUCATION AND HUMAN ECOLOGYSTUCKEY-MICKELL.1@OSU.EDU@TSTUCMICKELLThanks for attending!