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Flipping the Classroom

Flipping the Classroom. Mike Lerchenfeldt, Teacher Chippewa Valley Schools C273: 9:25-10: 10. Contact Information. Go to my website: http://mrlerchenfeldt.weebly.com I will share this PPT under my resources tab. Send me an e-mail: mlerchenfeldt@cvs.k12.mi.us

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Flipping the Classroom

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  1. Flipping the Classroom Mike Lerchenfeldt, Teacher Chippewa Valley Schools C273: 9:25-10:10

  2. Contact Information • Go to my website: http://mrlerchenfeldt.weebly.com • I will share this PPT under my resources tab. • Send me an e-mail: mlerchenfeldt@cvs.k12.mi.us • Follow me on Twitter: @mj_lerch

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  4. Presentation Description • How do you implement the flipped model while still engaging students in the classroom? Using FREE technology! This session will focus on using technology tools such as Khan Academy, TeacherTube, Vimeo, Thinkfinity, and Quizlet in a middle school science setting. You will learn ways to flip your classroom and integrate video to engage students while teaching the common core standards. The strategies presented will focus on science, but may be applied to other content areas as well.

  5. Basic Principle of Flipped Classrooms What is traditionally done in the class is now done at home, and what is done at home can be done in the classroom. It really is not that simple. 

  6. Educate, Engage, and Inspire Students • Teachers link school appropriate videos on their website, blog, or wiki for students to watch anywhere in order to enhance learning. • Graphic organizers, diagrams, and other tools can help focus student learning depending on the topic. • This allows the teacher to have more time to assist students with work during class time and provides more opportunities for review at home.

  7. There are Many Ways to Flip Your Classroom • Do not think you have to make your own videos. • Takes time to plan on what “parts” of your content you want to flip. • Find help or a partner to work with to help you on this journey • Find out what is the “best” way to access your students. • Find a way to engage students in the videos, not just “listening” to lectures on tapes. • Videos should followed by some sort of discussion questions.

  8. Before we begin… Brainstorm a topic of interest. Think about something that you will be teaching in the near future that you would like to supplement with some resources that you find in this session.

  9. Your name • Your current position • Your school district or organization • The topic that you have chosen, and why.

  10. The Flipped Classroom Model? You can change between static and animated layouts by clicking on the Layout tab in the HOME menu on the ribbon. For example this slide uses the static layout.

  11. Why Change???? • Speaks the language of students. • Helps busy students. • Helps struggling students. • Helps students of all abilities excel. • Allows students to pause and rewind. • Increases student-teacher interaction. • Allows teachers to know their students better. • Educates not only students but parents and other siblings.

  12. Khan Academy (KhanAcademy.org) • Non-profit educational organization providing video tutorials and interactive exercises for a variety of subjects and grade levels. • Virtual Teacher Workshop demonstrates how to create classes, manage students, collect data, provide feedback and much more.

  13. Khan Academy

  14. TeacherTube (TeacherTube.com) • Video sharing website similar to, and based on, YouTube. • Teachers can also view audio, documents, photos, and blogs. • Learn how to register and upload files for students or parents. • Teachers can also upload students’ videos in order celebrate their work.

  15. Teacher Tube

  16. Vimeo (Vimeo.com) • Another popular video sharing and social networking site. • Known for high-qualilty videos by a community of professionals. • Cleaner layout with no advertisements.

  17. Thinkfinity (Thinkfinity.org) • Verizon Foundation’s online professional learning community. • Offers educational resources such as lesson plans and learning games. • How can we use Thinkfinity in the classroom?

  18. How did you learn about the force of gravity? Memorize the formula. Blah, blah, blah, Gravity, blah, blah, blah, Newton ….. Zzzzz… Huh? ?!?!?

  19. Exploring Gravity • Can you find ways to hit your target by manipulating the thrust and angle of projection? • How does the force of gravity affect the trajectory of an object in space? Round 1 Orbit the Earth Dock with the Station Lesson

  20. Quizlet (Quizlet.com) • Create flashcards to help students’ remember and study vocabulary. • Study tools and educational games. • Choose from the library of flashcards already made by others. • How to use Quizlet?

  21. 6 Study modes: Flashcards, Scatter, Speller, Learn, Test, Space Race. 18 languages. 13 million free study sets in various subjects. Easy to share.


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