Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning
335 views | +0 today
Follow
Your new post is loading...
Your new post is loading...
Rescooped by Kevin Coleman from Kevin Coleman "ProfeKevin" Portfolio
Scoop.it!

Top 100 Educators Leading Flipped Learning in 2017

Top 100 Educators Leading Flipped Learning in 2017 | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
Kevin Coleman's insight:
Found out I was on this list - pretty cool! 
more...
Kevin Coleman's curator insight, August 18, 2017 4:13 PM
Kevin Coleman top 100 Educators leading flipped learning in 2017
Rescooped by Kevin Coleman from Kevin Coleman "ProfeKevin" Portfolio
Scoop.it!

Set It Up Then Let Them Go: Task Based Meets Flipped Learning, A Conversation with Dr. Una Cunningham

Set It Up Then Let Them Go: Task Based Meets Flipped Learning, A Conversation with Dr. Una Cunningham | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it

Themes: Task-based meets flipped learning: "just-in-time instead of just-in-case" 

more...
Kevin Coleman's curator insight, July 20, 2017 8:00 PM
It has proven to be quite the process, but an enjoyable and meaningful one. I implemented some of the techniques described by Dr. Cunningham in my own classes and I have become a better teacher for it. It was one of my first interviews, so still learning the ropes of being a good conversationalist, but with a little patience while listening to me you will be able to hear numerous and plentiful gold nuggets from Dr. Cunningham.  I did the process for myself, but hopefully it could help other language teachers who want to keep learning. Hope it helps. 
Rescooped by Kevin Coleman from Kevin Coleman "ProfeKevin" Portfolio
Scoop.it!

Designing 21st Century Flipped Learning Experiences

GainAttention Ahh! Question Story FactDefinition Quote Analogy Humor Personal experience Demonstration Vide Clip
more...
Kevin Coleman's curator insight, July 17, 2017 4:28 PM
Excellent find on SlideShare. Excellent work on #FlippedLearning
Rescooped by Kevin Coleman from Internet Tools for Language Learning
Scoop.it!

50 Reasons It's Time For Smartphones In Every Classroom

50 Reasons It's Time For Smartphones In Every Classroom | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
“ 50 Reasons It's Time For Smartphones In Every Classroom”
Via RitaZ
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

TEFL Games

TEFL Games | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
...or better yet just moving activities. These are not all competitions, but all involve physical components - like standing up and moving at least - to some
Kevin Coleman's insight:
You will need to have some active learning strategies for your in class time when you Flip your class. 
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Blended Learning and Technology Integration

What is blended learning? How does it differ from classroom technology instruction? What are the hallmarks of a blended learning environment
Kevin Coleman's insight:
Amazing stuff for Flipped Learning.  After all, flipped learning is a form of blended learning.  Great example at the end. 
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

The Absolute Amateur's Guide to Amazing Flipped Learning Videos

The Absolute Amateur's Guide to Amazing Flipped Learning Videos | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
Getting into flipped learning videos for the first time? Here is a guide to get you out of the gates and into the fun world of flipped learning!
more...
Alyssa T. Cerroni's curator insight, June 27, 2017 10:00 AM

"Can you feel excitement about flipping your classroom? We’ve seen countless other teachers doing it and it has forever changed the results of their students’ learning from mediocre to fabulous. Even the kids most in need are benefitting from accessing the best flipped learning videos. "


Are you a flipped first timer? This article is an excellent starting point for amateur flippers. Enclosed in the article you will find best practices for flipping and resource videos for those unfamiliar with creating and editing videos. Read this article and you will be an expert in no time!

Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The "In-Class" Version

Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The "In-Class" Version | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
Guest blogger Jennifer Gonzalez proposes the In-Class Flip, a modified version of the flipped-learning model that incorporates the video lecture element as one of several stations that students visit during their class period.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Flipped Classroom Field Guide

Flipped Classroom Field Guide | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
Flipped Classroom Field Guide The Flipped Classroom Field Guide is a compilation of best-practices and community resources centered around the flipped classroom and blended learning initiatives of the Coursera-partner community. In addition to the resources outlined in the table of c
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Hands-Off Teaching Cultivates Metacognition

Hands-Off Teaching Cultivates Metacognition | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
Students learn better when their "thinking" includes thinking about the material plus how to dig in, break it apart, understand it, and build on that.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Showing the Differences between a Traditional and a Flipped Classroom - YouTube

This video compares a traditional to a flipped class. Two classes were filmed 1 year apart and are shown simultaneously to illustrate the differences. http:/...
more...
Alyssa T. Cerroni's curator insight, June 27, 2017 10:11 AM

"This video compares a traditional to a flipped class. Two classes were filmed 1 year apart and are shown simultaneously to illustrate the differences."


This is one of the best videos I have seen that shows the difference between a traditional classroom and a flipped classroom. It includes a time-lapse video to show how different the student interaction is each classroom is.

Juanita Amiel Townsend's comment, June 27, 2017 12:55 PM
I didn't really understand what a flipped classroom was until this video. The flipped classroom ready does more for our students! I must look into this more to use in my classes. Thanks for sharing!
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

5 Ways to Address Student Resistance in the Flipped Classroom

5 Ways to Address Student Resistance in the Flipped Classroom | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
The flipped classroom is one type of active learning environment. It’s dynamic, it’s engaging, and it's “messy”. Here are five strategies to get going.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

I now use another page!!! 

I now use another page!!!  | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
E-Portfolio: Dedicated Teacher, Teacher Trainer, and Language Learning and Classroom Technology Expert
Kevin Coleman's insight:
I now use another page!!! 
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Martha Ramirez – What is flipped learning?

Kevin Coleman's insight:
Great video by my friend Martha Ramirez about Flipped Learning. 
more...
No comment yet.
Rescooped by Kevin Coleman from Internet Tools for Language Learning
Scoop.it!

Keeping Up with Google Keep - GTT011 - Google Teacher Tribe Podcast

Keeping Up with Google Keep - GTT011 - Google Teacher Tribe Podcast | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
“ Google Keep offers a variety of tools for taking notes, including text, lists, images, and audio.”
Via RitaZ
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions

Flipped Classroom: Bridging the Gap between Pre-Work and In-Class Sessions | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
This activity, (adapted from Silberman, 1996), can be used to help students perform a type of interactive and collaborative concept mapping activity. Prior to class, write a few related terms or concepts individually on index cards. During class time, provide each student with an index card and instruct them to find others in the class who have an index card that relates to their index card. Ideally, the index card groupings should form related concepts in groups of three or four. After the students form their groups, instruct them to develop another concept or term from the course pre-work that would also fit into their category. Finally, have the students present their group and their “concept map” to the rest of the class. This is also an opportunity for you to correct any misconceptions. I like this activity because it promotes student interaction, gets them up and moving about the classroom, and helps students make connections between various concepts in the course.

The flipped classroom offers a unique opportunity to test-drive many active learning strategies. By connecting pre-work with in-class activities, you can help students create new knowledge and integrate this knowledge into their current schemata.
Kevin Coleman's insight:
Excellent article shared by @12mandown. Bridging in and out-of-class activities. #FlippedLearning
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Presentations and Reflections 

Language Consultant. Teacher Trainer. Language Acquisition Expert. Above all, teacher and student.. Barranquilla. 7 Tracks. 7 Followers. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Kevin Coleman on your desktop or mobile device.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Is The Flipped Classroom Relevant to ELT? - EFL Magazine

Is The Flipped Classroom Relevant to ELT? - EFL Magazine | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
Most ELT classes are not teacher centered. Students are often working in groups and pairs and teachers are aware of the need to get students to communicate and use the language. This is largely due to the impact of Communicative Language Teaching. In other classes teachers may even be using discovery techniques and inductive/deductive approaches to learning as well as task based approaches. In reality then, in ELT we already flip our classes to a certain degree.

That doesn’t mean that the Flipped Classroom doesn’t have a place in ELT. We don’t have to flip all our classes, but the model could be useful for certain lessons or certain part of the syllabus. For example we often need to teach grammar, explain different writing genres, or focus on the construction of paragraphs. A lot of this ‘teaching stuff’ could be put on-line so that the teacher is able to spend more time in the class getting the students to use what has been taught via the homework.

For example, let’s imagine that we are looking at the construction of paragraphs. We could make a video/screen cast that explains to students how a paragraph is normally made up. It might include an explanation of what a subject sentence is and how it should be supported by the rest of the paragraph. Perhaps there is also a simple quiz that the students have to do to check understanding after they watch the video. In class, the students are giving a series of paragraphs where the sentences have all been mixed up. The students work in groups and order the sentences, making sure the topic sentence is at the start of the paragraph. They then have a second exercise where they been provided with a topic sentence but are asked to write the rest of the paragraph in groups. The different groups could then present their answers to the second exercise to the rest of the group. The idea is that in the class time the students are applying and using their knowledge. The teacher’s role would be to move around providing support, making sure the students clearly understand the task, etc. The lesson may even include time for reflection on the task itself.
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Stevenson School - The Harkness Method

Carmel Campus Faculty member Kathryn Koontz speaks about the Harkness Method and how it has affected the students' experience in our Middle Grades.
Kevin Coleman's insight:

A wonderful in class activity for deeper learning with Flipped Learning

more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Showing the Differences between a Traditional and a Flipped Classroom

Showing the Differences between a Traditional and a Flipped Classroom | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
This video compares a traditional to a flipped class. The two videos were taken 1 year apart and cover approximately the same topics. Please enjoy,
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Teaching for Tomorrow: Flipped Learning - YouTube

Teaching for Tomorrow: Flipped Learning - YouTube | Project Flip: Flipped Language Learning | Scoop.it
How students are learning is changing, just ask Aaron Sams, a Flipped Learning Pioneer. In Flipped Learning, students watch podcasts of their teacher's lectu...
more...
No comment yet.
Scooped by Kevin Coleman
Scoop.it!

Flipped Class 101 - YouTube

Learn more and print the Flipped Classroom white paper: http://bit.ly/STUnyI. Jon Bergmann, lead technology facilitator at the Joseph Sears School, Kenilwort...
more...
No comment yet.