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  1. Flip Your Classroom Dawn Abrams Sequoia Middle dabrams@conejousd.org

  2. The Concept isReally Nothing New • Are we doing things differently or doing different things? • Flipping is not a new concept; it’s a trendy term. • In essence it is what John Dewey described at the turn of the 20th century: learning that is centered around the student, not the teacher; learning that allows students to show their mastery of content they way they prefer. • In spite of the press, the process is flipping doesn’t require video at all.

  3. Flipping in a Nutshell • Model in which traditional lecture and homework elements are reversed • Content or online media at home • APPLY, COLLABORATE, DESIGN and PRODUCE during class time

  4. Why flip? Consider the traditional classroom... What about…

  5. Challenges of a Traditional Model • Different learning speeds • Absent students • Special needs students • Parent involvement • Help with homework

  6. Flipping allows... • Passive content delivery occurs at home where less assistance is needed • TIME in the classroom for discovery and experimentation • Kids can rewind, rewatch... • Absent students don't fall behind • Parent involvement increases • Speaking kids "language"

  7. Accountability • Note Taking – Sentence frames or not • Online writing piece - brain research supports writing to solidify the learning, as well as accountability piece (discussion, blog post, etc); • Nice opportunity to practice claims and evidence - students must provide evidence from video to support

  8. What about class time? • Review notes and answer Qs • Students have prior K so discussion is richer • Students then apply what they have learned (labs, activities, debates, discussions, etc) • Teacher circulates and coaches - learner centered environment. 1:1! • Collaboration and design become key

  9. Webb’s Depth of Knowledge (DOK)

  10. The Flipped Model 1. Explore (DOK 2-3) 2. Explain (video; DOK 1-2) 3. Apply (DOK 3-4)

  11. Creating Your Own Videos

  12. Words of Wisdom Use content that is already available!

  13. Finally...where to put them? • Teacher website • YouTube, share link on Edmodo, etc. • Blackboard

  14. Establish a YouTube Account You Tube: dawnpage66@gmail.com

  15. Edmodo

  16. Sources • Jennifer Alcazar • http://www.edutopia.org/blog/flipped-classroom-pro-and-con-mary-beth-hertz • http://www.universitybusiness.com/article/5-reasons-flipped-classrooms-work