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“flipped classroom model” | Giovanni Bonaiuti - Università di Cagliari

“flipped classroom model” | Giovanni Bonaiuti - Università di Cagliari | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

"...si invertono i tempi e i modi di lavoro. Non è tanto la classe ad essere “capovolta” quanto il normale schema di lavoro in classe. Tipicamente, infatti, si ha un primo momento in cui l’insegnante spiega (fa “lezione”) seguito da un secondo momento in cui agli studenti sono assegnati problemi da risolvere tipicamente da svolgere a casa (i “compiti a casa”).


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I problemi derivanti da questo tipo di impostazione sono da anni al centro di un teso dibattito accompagnato da innumerevoli proposte alternative, in particolare di stampo costruttivista (apprendimento cooperativo, lavoro di gruppo, problem based learning, ecc.) e da altrettante critiche all’efficacia di queste alternative (dispersività, complessità nella realizzazione, tempi lunghi, dubbi sui risultati, ecc.).

Nel caso delle “flipped classroom” la rivoluzione non è tanto nel metodo di insegnamento, ma nel diverso modo di proporre i contenuti agli studenti e di articolare i tempi di apprendimento..."

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L’innovazione proviene dal basso. Del mondo

L’innovazione proviene dal basso. Del mondo | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
Gente che è andata in America a innovare l'insegnamento grazie al buon uso della tecnologia. L'America più povera, però.
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Theory And Practice: Flipping The Classroom - Dr. Lodge McCammon

...a very inspiring short video: "Your job as a teacher is no longer to stand in front and talk about information. Your job is to go strengthen the relationship with each individual student."
Thank You Dr. Lodge!

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9 Ways Universities Are Using The iPad In & Out Of The Classroom

9 Ways Universities Are Using The iPad In & Out Of The Classroom | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

iPads are making waves in education all over the nation, even in college classrooms, where they’re replacing laptops, textbooks, and notebooks. Some colleges have even gone so far as to hand out iPads to new students, helping students and faculty all work with the same technology for learning.

This year, the iPad is still going strong and schools are continuing to innovate new ways to use the tablets in class and around campus. Here we share just a few of the coolest ways iPads are making waves in higher ed this year, from helping teams play better to ensuring students never forget their notes.

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25 Ways To Use The iPad In The Classroom By Complexity

25 Ways To Use The iPad In The Classroom By Complexity | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

iPad use in formal learning environments, by all accounts, is soaring. Due to the almost magical ways it promotes interaction, that makes sense.But when learners are using the iPad, what are they doing? What exactly?

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The Flipped Class Manifest - THE DAILY RIFF - Be Smarter. About Education.

The Flipped Class Manifest - THE DAILY RIFF - Be Smarter. About Education. | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

"The Flipped Classroom is an intentional shift of content which in turn helps move students back to the center of learning rather than the products of schooling."...

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Flipping the Classroom Requires More Than Video and is "Entering Phase Three"

Flipping the Classroom Requires More Than Video and is "Entering Phase Three" | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

"Entering Phase Three": Moving a lecture online changes where that information is consumed, not necessarily the degree of student engagement or its effectiveness.
The Flipped Classroom movement represents an important progression toward “Phase Three” of education reform: blended learning. Meaning, the digital form moves beyond simply augmenting face-to-face teaching into a peer role where online and offline interaction directly supports learning goals.

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CISCO WHITE PAPER - Video: How Interactivity and Rich Media Change Teaching and Learning

 

http://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/docs/education/K12_Video_WP_final.pdf

 

However, from a review of the work that has been done, in general,
multimodal learning seems to be more effective than traditional, unimodal learning:
● Adding visuals to verbal (text and/or auditory) learning can result in significant gains in basic and higherorder learning (Multimodal Learning Through Media: What the Research Says, Metiri Group, commissioned
by Cisco, 2008).
● Use of a wide range of digital tools enhances reading comprehension and vocabulary development
(Pearson et al., 2005).
● A study of 2500 sixth-graders and eighth-graders in Los Angeles showed a statistically significant increase
in math achievement scores when students used united streaming digital video on demand (Boster, 2004).
● North Carolina’s Mooresville Graded School District has measured significant composite test score
increases after district-wide adoption of 1:1 computing.
● Research on students in Apple Classrooms of Tomorrow (ACOT) found that students developed significant
competencies not usually measured, such as social awareness, confidence, self-starting, and a positive
orientation to their futures. Technology use in the classroom helped to decrease absenteeism, lower
dropout rates, and motivate more students to continue on to college (Sandholtz et al., 1997).

 

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Cisco Blog » Flipping the Classroom – Is it Really all About Technology?

Cisco Blog »  Flipping the Classroom – Is it Really all About Technology? | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

"Joe said that all of Mr. Hammack’s lectures are on line, and he showed me how they’re structured. He said he likes it way better than going to class and listening to lectures, which are typically passive and boring in so many of his classes. Plus, he said, “This is actually great because if I don’t get something, I can hit the rewind button and listen to it until I do get it.” I asked what they do in class. He described class time, the fact that students can cover any of the material they might not have understood from the night before, explain different concepts to one another, carry on a dialogue, or ask the teacher to explain different ideas more fully. Then, voila, they take a quiz or a unit exam, work on labs, and they’re done"

see also 

http://www.cisco.com/web/strategy/docs/education/K12_Video_WP_final.pdf

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"The way we were taught is not necessarily the way we should be teaching students."

"The way we were taught is not necessarily the way we should be teaching students." | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

"The way we were taught
is not necessarily the way we should be teaching students."
- Stacey Roshan, High School Algebra Teacher, Bullis School, Montgomery County, Md.

 

". . . teachers who help students become learners,
who can learn FOR themselves and BY themselves."
- teacher Aaron Sams

 

Learning for Mastery: 3 Quick Videos Below

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'Flipped classrooms' turning education on its head

'Flipped classrooms' turning education on its head | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
The tradition of listening to classroom lectures and doing homework alone is being turned on its head in several local classrooms this year, as teachers introduce a new concept some are calling revolutionary.
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Salman Khan: Let's use video to reinvent education | Video on TED.com

TED Talks Salman Khan talks about how and why he created the remarkable Khan Academy, a carefully structured series of educational videos offering complete curricula in math and, now, other subjects.

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Stanford to collaborate with edX to develop a free, open source online learning platform

Stanford to collaborate with edX to develop a free, open source online learning platform | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
EdX will be available as a free, open source online learning platform on June 1.  In support of that move, Stanford will integrate features of its existing Class2Go platform into the edX platform.

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Stanford is collaborating with a MOOCs start up in order to deliver an open source learnign platform by June 2013...surprise: it is not Coursera: but edX, the nonprofit online learning enterprise founded by Harvard and MIT!

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Khan Academy & the Flipped Classroom Model

Khan Academy & the Flipped Classroom Model | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

“The more that teachers flip their classrooms—with students watching lectures at home—the more time is freed up for creative activities during the school day, like arts, games, or collectively brainstorming more abstract stuff. “You’re actually liberating the classroom; you’re making it more human”

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Video Games In flipped-Learning? These 50 Videos Explain What’s Possible

Video Games In flipped-Learning? These 50 Videos Explain What’s Possible | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
Gaming in education is a really big deal, and a very fun way to get students more involved and interested in education. Board games, video games, even active outdoor games all have an important place in education, and these videos share more about their role in learning.

Check out our list of 50 awesome videos for gaming teachers to discover what experts, teachers, and even students have to say about using games for education.

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How To Capture Ideas Visually With The iPad

How To Capture Ideas Visually With The iPad | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
By its very design, the iPad promotes consumption.

Essentially an interactive mobile screen, the combination of physical form and supporting software-based user interface on Apple’s wunder-tablet suggests watching and listening, enabling you to tear the “monitor” off the desk and take it with you.

By lacking a keyboard, input and production aren’t quite as natural. That isn’t necessarily because the iPad can’t accommodate such input, but rather that the software–and our habits as users–haven’t completely caught up with the not-insignificant shift in interface.

But it doesn’t have to be that way.

One microcosm of the potential of the iPad in learning is the concept of visual recording.

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How do I get my students to prepare before coming to a flipped class?

How do I get my students to prepare before coming to a flipped class? | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

fundamental implementation of the flip however, is to engage students in coverage activities before they come to class (in Bergmann’s and Sams’ rendition, this is typically watching a lecture or an online video, and engaging with peers and instructors online before class).

In Peer Instruction, this also varies, but generally involves students doing readings before class and interacting with instructors by engaging in retrieval effort (a cognitive science term that refers to the activity used when students are required to pull information from their memories and then produce that information, an effort which is linked to memory improvement, see Karpicke and Roedeiger, 2008, The critical importance of retrieval for learning).

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How the Flipped Classroom Is Radically Transforming Learning - THE DAILY RIFF - Be Smarter. About Education.

How the Flipped Classroom Is Radically Transforming Learning - THE DAILY RIFF - Be Smarter. About Education. | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

Posts about the flipped class on The Daily Riff have generated over 120,000 views - thanks contributors and readers . . . See our other links related to the flipped class below this guest post. - C.J. Westerberg

. ..AND how it changes the way teachers talk with parents - - -...

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What's in a name? There is no such thing as THE Flipped Classroom.

What's in a name? There is no such thing as THE Flipped Classroom. | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

The Flip has many faces and the word Flip has certain connotations that do not do justice to the amazing educational uses of screencasting and other video production technology.

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Cisco Blog » Part Two: Flipping the Classroom – The Role of Video

Cisco Blog » Part Two: Flipping the Classroom – The Role of Video | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

In Part One, Flipping the Classroom – Is it Really All About Technology? I promised to return in Part Two to discuss the actual technologies that can be used to flip the classroom. This technology is, in a word: video. The capture of lectures via video, the dynamic management of video assets, and the ability to share, store, and retrieve lectures are all critical components of any strategy to create a flipped learning environment.

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Live lecture versus video podcast in medical education [BMC Med Educ. 2010] - PubMed - NCBI

Live lecture versus video podcast in medical education [BMC Med Educ. 2010] - PubMed - NCBI | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

Schreiber BE, Fukuta J, Gordon F.
Source
Rheumatology Department, Royal Free Hampstead NHS Trust, London, UK. benjamin.schreiber@nhs.net

 

Abstract
BACKGROUND:
Information technology is finding an increasing role in the training of medical students. We compared information recall and student experience and preference after live lectures and video podcasts in undergraduate medical education.

METHODS:
We performed a crossover randomised controlled trial. 100 students were randomised to live lecture or video podcast for one clinical topic. Live lectures were given by the same instructor as the narrator of the video podcasts. The video podcasts comprised Powerpoint™ slides narrated using the same script as the lecture. They were then switched to the other group for a second clinical topic. Knowledge was assessed using multiple choice questions and qualitative information was collected using a questionnaire.

RESULTS:
No significant difference was found on multiple choice questioning immediately after the session. The subjects enjoyed the convenience of the video podcast and the ability to stop, review and repeat it, but found it less engaging as a teaching method. They expressed a clear preference for the live lecture format.

CONCLUSIONS:
We suggest that video podcasts are not ready to replace traditional teaching methods, but may have an important role in reinforcing learning and aiding revision.

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How do you manage time in a flipped class? Peer Instruction Basics | Web2.0 Education

How do you manage time in a flipped class? Peer Instruction Basics | Web2.0 Education | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
Peer Instruction Network member (PINm) Arthur, who teaches intro physics at UMass Lowell asks, “what percent of the class time should be used for Peer Instruction?” And PINm Mary who te... (RT @jelmerevers: Meer voor WO, maar handige tips.

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Great resource for classroom management in a flipped class!

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Flipped Classroom: Beyond the Videos

Flipped Classroom: Beyond the Videos | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it
Last week, I read an interesting blog post by Shelley Blake-Plock titled "The Problem with TED ed." It got me thinking about the flipped classroom model and how it is being defined.
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Flip Video: Film Making Crash Course

Flip Video: Film Making Crash Course | Flip Your Classroom  Magazine | Scoop.it

Planning to create expert-looking movies with your Flip? Or simply want to capture and share those special moments? Look no further. Here are three simple steps to get you going.

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