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Flipping Your Classroom

Flipping Your Classroom. Brandy Close, M. Ed . OSU-CHS Office of Educational Development. Objectives. Define the “Flipped Classroom”. Identify the goal(s) of flipping the classroom. Differentiate between teaching methods that do and do not foster higher level learning.

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Flipping Your Classroom

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  1. Flipping Your Classroom Brandy Close, M. Ed. OSU-CHS Office of Educational Development

  2. Objectives • Define the “Flipped Classroom” • Identify the goal(s) of flipping the classroom • Differentiate between teaching methods that do and do not foster higher level learning • Identify steps/components needed to successfully create a flipped classroom

  3. Flipping the Classroom: What is it? The Flipped classroom inverts traditional teaching methods. In-class time is re-purposed for inquiry, application, and assessment in order to foster higher learning in students http://www.washington.edu/teaching/teaching-resources/flipping-the-classroom/

  4. Flipping Your Classroom Students become invested in the learning process through studying course material outside of class prior to class time: • readings • Pre-recorded lectures (using Tegrity) • research assignments Instructors become facilitators http://etale.org/main/2013/02/21/a-flipped-classroom-primer/

  5. The Goal(s) of a Flipped Classroom The primary goal in flipping your classroom is to foster deeper, richer learning experiences that result in student learning on a higher level. • maximize the limited face-to-face time between students and the instructor http://educationaljargonschs.wikispaces.com/Bloom's+Taxonomy+(revised)

  6. The Flipped Classroom Teaching Methods Lecture: pre-recorded for students to view outside/before class (integration of technology using Tegrity) Collaborative Learning: fosters student engagement during class time (Integrating technology using Group Twitter, Join.me, Google+ Hangout) http://ctl.utexas.edu/teaching/flipping_a_class/what_is_flipped Case-based Learning: alternative, authentic assessment

  7. Flipping Your Classroom Wiley Learning Institute

  8. Flipping the Classroom : Resources Mind/Shift: The Flipped Classroom Defined(infographic) Flipped Classroom ePortfolio Learning4Mastery Salman Khan: Let’s use video to reinvent education (TED Talk) The Flipped Class Network 7 Things You Should Know… (PDF) The Flipped Class: What does a good one look like?(Article) Wiley Learning Institute

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