Flipped Classroom

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by cerinl1
Last updated 4 years ago

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Flipped Classroom

Benefits from flipped instruction:• increased student confidence• increased student participation and collaboration• students can work at their own pace• more targeted small group and individual instruction

Resources/Referencesflippedlearningnetwork.orghttp://educationnext.org/the-flipped-classroom/Screencast-O-Matic | Screenr | Camtasia Jing | Quicktime | EduCreations | Explain Everything | OfficeMix

In-Class Flipped Learning

Takes place in school instead of at homeand can be implemented in three ways...1. Set up stations around the room and monitor learning.2. Split the class in half to practice a skill and the other half to receive instruction.

SKILL BUILDING

• The teacher assists — focusing at the last station.• Use computers or tablets so students can view the lesson as they would at home or in the library. • Have an extra empty station where students will try to practice the skill after viewing the video. • Students can revisit stations as needed to review.• Independent activity for the last station.• Have students who finish guide others at stations.

3. Students each follow video directions created by their teacher and complete a pre-learning activity. Then the class meets as a group for more instruction.

Concerns about flipped instruction:• ineffective technological practices • it could just be a fad• lack of proper training prior to implementation• lack of support from administration and leadership

STATION ROTATION

Pre-assess students with a few short questions by using Socrative, Plickers or Padlet.Based on pre-assessment results, split students into a practice group, and an instruction group. THE PRACTICE GROUP watches an intructional video then completes an activity independently. THE INSTRUCTION GROUP has direct lesson instruction to get more support from the teacher.

SPLIT FOCUS

MAKE YOUR OWN VIDEO


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