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Using Flipped Classroom Strategies. Polly Dunning @ pollydunning on twitter [email protected] http:// msdunningsmusings.wordpress.com. What is the Flipped Classroom ?. Reversed teaching model. Traditional classwork done at home. Traditional homework done in class.

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Using Flipped Classroom Strategies

Polly Dunning

@pollydunning on twitter [email protected]

http://msdunningsmusings.wordpress.com

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What is the Flipped Classroom?

  • Reversed teaching model.
  • Traditional classwork done at home.
  • Traditional homework done in class.
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Necessity Breeds Invention

  • Crystal Kirch @CrystalKirchflippingwithkirch.blogspot.com
  • Students learning at different paces.
  • Missing important information.
  • Absent.
  • Not completing homework.
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Lower order thinking skills moved to homework

  • Watching Lecture/Example and taking notes.
  • Summarising.
  • Video, podcast, article, website, etc.
  • Higher order thinking skills moved to classroom
  • Applying, Questioning, Problem solving, Working collaboratively, Synthesising, Analysing, Creating.
  • Teacher supported, peer supported.
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Why I started using some Flipped Classroom Strategies

  • My technology goal
  • Edmodo
  • Lazy Year 11
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So what did I do?

  • Poetry Annotation
  • Educreations
  • Edmodo
  • Sophia.org

http://www.sophia.org/bruce-dawe-enter-without-so-much-as-knocking-tutorial

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The WSQ

  • W – Write Notes
  • S – Summarise
  • Q - Question
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And in class?

  • OMG Literary Discussion!!!
  • Word Drops
  • Collaboration
  • Extended Responses
  • Drafting

WOW!

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Teenagers – The Greatest Critics of All

  • Why they think I like it? No Interruptions!
  • Pause and rewind.
  • Come to class as the expert.
  • Help with extended writing tasks.
  • Assessment Revision.
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And now?

  • Essay How To Guides and Examples.
  • Annotations of texts.
  • Context Information.
  • Annotations of the Rubrics.
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Interested???

  • #flipclass on Twitter
  • Read Crystal Kirch’s blog religiously! flippingwithkirch.blogspot.com
  • English/History Flipping, read www.morrisflipsenglish.com
  • Sophia.org, Educreations, ShowMe, Explain Everything.
  • Edmodo groups: Flipshare and Flipping Your Classroom
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