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The Flipped Classroom - Instructional Module

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For years, students have grown accustomed to traditional methods of instruction where teachers fill the role of "sage on the stage," imparting their wisdom during allotted class time then sending work home to reinforce learned concepts with little or no added support. As a result, students exist as mere listeners on the receiving end of a one-way communication process that does little to promote social interaction or encourage critical thought. In an effort to "flip" this trend of passive learning, teachers are now utilizing technology to implement a blended learning method that frees up class time for collaborative activities by shifting lectures out of the classroom and on to the internet. This method, known as a "flipped" classroom, combines the benefits of direct instruction and active learning to engage students in the educational process.

 

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7 Stories From Educators About Teaching In The Flipped Classroom | Emerging Education Technology

7 Stories From Educators About Teaching In The Flipped Classroom | Emerging Education Technology | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Informed articles and commentary on this powerful and often misunderstood concept.

The University of Wisconsin’s Stout School of Education publishes a great Tech Tips newsletter. The last few issues of this newsletter have been packed with resources focused on topics near and dear to us here at EmergingEdTech, and we strongly recommend signing up for this free publication. I spent a good deal of time reading and appreciating the resources shared in a recent Tech Tips newsletter focused on the concept of “the flipped classroom”. Below I have shared several of the articles listed in the newsletter, along with a few more that I searched out, and I’ve provided a little insight into each of them.

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Flipped Math Classroom/Professional Development Diary: Day 85 - PrometheanPlanet

Flipped Math Classroom/Professional Development Diary: Day 85 - PrometheanPlanet | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Flipped Blog features the Flipped Math Classroom project and the Flipped Professional Development project. Classroom: Decision time - to continue beyond the pilot or not? Today’s blog post (Day 85) is the last one of the 2011 calendar year. When the Flipped Blog continues again on Tuesday, January 3, 2012, the blog post will outline (hopefully) the decision about the next phase and a strategy for implementation.

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Flipped Learning | Turning Learning on It's Head!

Flipped Learning | Turning Learning on It's Head! | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

The notion behind this website is to turn learning upside down. It is the personal blog/website of Jon Bergmann. Jon is a teacher, educational coach, and writer who has had the privilege of helping educators around the world reconsider what education can look like. He, along with Aaron Sams, are considered two of the pioneers in the Flipped Class Movement. The co-wrote the book on the Flipped Classroom.

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The Flipped Classroom: Using class time for learning, not presentation

The Flipped Classroom: Using class time for learning, not presentation | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
I write a lot about teachniques (just coined that phrase, how do you like it?) to get students more interactive and engaged in your courses. But a lot of teachers aren’t sure how to take the time to do those activities given how much content there is to cover. As you might be aware, one method that’s been developed to address the time issue is to take a lot of the content “coverage” out of class, leaving classtime for working on a deeper understanding of that content. This is called the “Flipped classroom,” since the lecture is moved to homework, and homework and other ways to practice the content is moved to classtime.
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Math class, minus the lecture - In-Forum

Math class, minus the lecture - In-Forum | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

The concept – known as the flipped classroom or simply the flip – has gained traction in recent years. This year, the Hawley middle school math teacher decided to turn his methods upside down. Now, students watch him lecture in online videos at night and then work through what would be the homework problems in class the next day. Most of his lecture videos are about 15 minutes long. He has students take notes while they watch and said it’s not hard to figure out who isn’t watching. For students who don’t have good Internet access at home, he offers to put the lessons on DVD or portable USB drives or arranges for the students to watch during or after school. Students can also go over the lessons again on classroom computers and iPads. Recording and posting them has been “a huge time investment,” he said, but worth the effort. His students agree.

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Flipped Classroom Full Picture: An Example Lesson-Jackie Gerstein

Flipped Classroom Full Picture: An Example Lesson-Jackie Gerstein | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

As I describe in The Flipped Classroom: The Full Picture, I believe, as Chris Dede does, that the problem with the flipped classroom is that the major focus is on the didactic presentation of information, that it is still at the center of the learning experience. The flipped classroom, given that it is currently getting so much press, provides an opportunity to change the paradigm of learning, whereby learning–by-doing, the experiences along with the understanding and application of those experiences become core to the learning process.

The following lesson describes a type of flipped classroom. This lesson did not center around the content media, in this case the Slideshare, but on the students’ personal experiences, interactions with other students, and acquisition of tangible life skills.

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Five Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom | Edutopia

Five Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom | Edutopia | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it
Blogger Andrew Miller offers some strategies for making the model work, including appropriate reflection, technology considerations, creating a need to know and more.
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Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: 3 Tips on Flipping Your Classroom with #iPads #flippedclassroom

Around the Corner-MGuhlin.org: 3 Tips on Flipping Your Classroom with #iPads #flippedclassroom | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

How would you flip a classroom with iPads? For fun, here's a quick exploration of 3 ways it might happen with iPad apps. If you're already doing it, please share a link in the comments area! It seems pretty obvious that flipped classroom is an idea that has enchanted many folks. After all...consider the excerpts from articles I've been reading lately...

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Flipped Math Classroom/Professional Development Diary: Day 84 ...

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On Tuesday, December 20, 2011, technology integration specialists Wayne Feller, Kristin Daniels, and Tom Brandt (Osseo Public Schools) led a presentation and workshop session at the monthly TIES Key Instructional Contact (KIC) meeting. The structure of this presentation/workshop was divided into four sections. Each of the four sections dealt with a thematic area of concern with flipped classrooms. We introduced each of the four sections by providing information about our own context of experience, then invited all of the participants to have their own discussions in small groups on the same topic. Each of the groups documented their discussion on a Google doc which was shared by all.

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Five Ways to Flip Your Classroom With The New York Times

Five Ways to Flip Your Classroom With The New York Times | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

Suggestions for how to deliver content at home that students can engage with when they come to class. The Learning Network: Teaching & Learning with the New York Times By HOLLY EPSTEIN OJALVO and SHANNON DOYNE

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My Flipped Classroom: The "Talk" Blog post by Delia Bush

My Flipped Classroom: The "Talk" Blog post by Delia Bush | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

After my meeting with my principal, I came into class on Monday and had "the talk" with the students. Our conversation Monday focused on the how I see things running right now, and how I envision them in my happy little dream world. I also was very honest about what my goal is for our math class. We also talked about how I envision the class running, when it is running perfectly. I have them for about an hour, so in that hour I want to spend:
* 10 minutes going over questions from the video from the previous night
* 15 - 45 minutes of independent work (they work on the old homework, I walk around helping kids)
* 15 - 30 minutes of extensions

My comment: This is a great blog to follow as the author, Delia Bush, shares her learning and progress with flipping her classroom.

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MacEwan Faculty Commons » Blog Archive » Flipping the classroom

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This article from Inside Higher Education details how a Central Michigan University Professor has stopped lecturing during class time in order to help students engage in deep learning. Instead, Professor Mike Garver records all his lectures in short videos for the students to watch before they get to class. During class, Garver gets students to apply the information they learned from his lectures, putting the theory into practice in order to better understand the material.

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Flipped School Model of Instruction-Clintondale High School

Flipped School Model of Instruction-Clintondale High School | Screencasting & Flipping for Online Learning | Scoop.it

 

Our students receive their teacher’s lectures at home and do their homework in class. Our students work side-by-side with our expert staff. One-on-one time with students is up four times over years past, test scores are up and our students are more engaged. We are “flipped out” over our fabulous results and are extremely committed to ensure that all of our students and their families get the very best we have to offer.

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