Michelle Hague M. Ed. Instructional Technology Capstone Project 2013
The Flipped Classroom: Does the Flipped Model Generate Better Student Success When Compared to the Traditional Curriculum Delivery?
problem • Life is a stage…and the teacher plays the only role… • Students exists as listeners • Usually one-way communication • Little social interaction/critical thought
Solution Traditional Teaching Model Flipped Classroom Model • Teacher • Gives lecture in the front of the room • Assigns written homework relating to lecture • Teacher • Assigns video lecture for homework • Works with students on activity relating to last night’s video
Background Information • Pioneered by Jonathan Bergman and Aaron Sams • Chemistry teachers in Colorado http://youtu.be/nEfojG9ckYA
What does this mean? Ileighanne
Project Plan • Two-Step Process • Research Flipped Model • Create Online Lessons • Timeline • July-August 2012 • Research and Survey Creation • August-September 2012 • Conduct surveys • Review guidelines and expectations with parents and students • October 2012-April 2013 • Create online lessons for students to use as “homework” • Conduct observations of student’s reactions to the method of delivery • Compile test scores from the lessons using the flipped model • April 2013 • Review data
Evaluation plan • Observations • Test Scores • Student Participation • Surveys
Capstone Experience • Researching the Flipped Model • Realizations • Student Guidelines: https://smore.com/r2g0 • Obstacles • Creating videos • Changing homework expectations • Observations/Feedback
Results • Overall, implementing this model was a success!
Reflection • Technology Facilitation • Leadership • Standards • Advice/Recommendations
references Images Newton, K. (Artist). What is a flipped classroom? [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://www.kokuamai.com/test/flipped/ Flipped Classroom Blooms [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://ileighanne.wordpress.com ZigZag Arrow [Web Graphic]. Retrieved from http://www.universal-web-design.com/red-arrows.aspx
references Content • Instructional technology standards . (2010, December). Retrieved from http://www.gapsc.com/Commission/policies_guidelines/Downloads/Instructional_Technology_Standards.pdf • Lage, Maureen J., Platt, Glenn J., Treglia, Michael. “Inverting the Classroom: A Gateway to Creating an • Inclusive Learning Environment” Source: The Journal of Economic Education. Vol. 31, No. 1 (Winter, 2000), pp. 30-43 Published by Taylor & Francis, Ltd Retrieved from: http://www.flipteaching.com/resources/Inverting-the-Classroom_-A-Gateway-to-Creating-an-Inclusive-Learning-Environment.pdf • Strauss, Valerie. “Flipping Classrooms: Does it make sense?” June 7, 2012 The Washington Post. • Accessed on July 2, 2012. Retrieved from: http://www.washingtonpost.com/blogs/answer-sheet/post/flipping-classrooms-does-it-make-sense/2012/06/06/gJQAk50vJV_blog.html • Strayer, J. F. (2007). The effect of the classroom flip on the learning environment: A comparison of • learning activity in a traditional classroom and a flip classroom that used an intelligent tutoring system (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Ohio State University. Retrieved July 1, 2012, from http://etd.ohiolink.edu/view.cgi?acc_num=osu1189523914