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CLASSROOM. FLIPPED. FLIPPED. CLASSROOM. Barbara Penprase, PhD, RN. Today. Who Are you?? Why are you here? What you want from these workshops Refocus back to why we are teachers What is happening in educational world today What does flip classroom mean How do we get there?.

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flipped

CLASSROOM

FLIPPED

FLIPPED

CLASSROOM

Barbara Penprase, PhD, RN

today
Today
  • Who Are you??
  • Why are you here? What you want from these workshops
  • Refocus back to why we are teachers
  • What is happening in educational world today
  • What does flip classroom mean
  • How do we get there?
why are we teachers lets remember through the true story by mrs thompson and teddy
Why are we teachers—Lets remember through the

true story by Mrs. Thompson and Teddy

who are our students
Who are our students?
  • The Baby Boomers (born between 1946 and 1964) growing up in a time of economic expansion and prosperity, major social movements, and national optimism.
  • Core values include optimism, team orientation, personal gratification, health and wellness, personal growth, work, and involvement.
  • Generation X (born between 1965-1977) witnessed corporate layoffs and corruption, inflation, the energy crisis, and nuclear proliferation.
  • Core values include diversity, thinking globally, balance, techno-literacy, fun, informality, self-reliance ,and pragmatism.
  • Generation Y (born 1977 through 2000) grew up being defined by 9/11, bombings in Oklahoma City and school shootings. They were raised in a child focused environment.
  • Core values include optimism, civic duty, confidence, achievement, sociability, morality, street smarts, and diversity.
  • Generation Z (Millennials) (born early 1990s to present) grew up with the internet, cell phones, I-Pads and I-Pods. They get information fast and expect it quickly. They often are seen as inpatient and are technically savvy.
  • Core values are a sense of social justice, philanthropy and maturity that comes with growing up in an economically depressed time.
road to

It Takes Work!

Road To

Flipped Classroom is not a “fix” but one of many methods that are used to encourage an active learning environment.

To reach success, we must be able to move outside of our comfort zone

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Q. In blunter terms, some have asked what makes successful business people—even if they are successful at business—qualified to weigh in on the operation of universities?

  • Well, obviously anything that has to do with the universities is going to be figured out by people who've worked in universities, and it's going to be piloted in universities. I don't think there's any business people who are just walking out of their office door and walking over to a university and saying, Hey, reorganize your university this way. I've never heard of that. What we do is we fund universities who are on the cutting edge. And so it's people from universities who apply and say, Hey, I want to do this next-generation learning. Because you need the people doing the neat content, and the people who actually sit with the students and motivate the students and help them when they're confused, help them with the labs, you need those elements to come together.
basic principle of flipped classrooms
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
  • But it really isn’t that simple 

This method is well thought out before using—

and uses both summative and formative assessment

It’s Not a Magic Bullet

cetl blog chris faulkner
CETL Blog-Chris Faulkner
  • “While I’m glad many educators seem to be jumping onboard with the model, my concerns are that some teachers may simply transfer their lectures to video and then have their students write papers or fill out worksheets during class. To me, that is bad pedagogy. However, if significant learning opportunities are capitalized on during class time, this could truly change learning and solve the problem, at least temporarily, of engaging students with material outside of the classroom.”
there are many ways to flip your classroom and powerpoint 2008 mac
There are Many Ways to Flip Your Classroomand PowerPoint 2008 (Mac)**

Cross-Platform Compatibility

  • Don’t think you have to make your own videos—there is much available now on line especially at Khan Academy
  • Takes time to plan on what “parts” of your content/classroom you want to flip—not everything fits with flipping”
  • Find Help (like this series ) or a partner to work with to help you on this journey
  • Find out what is the “best” way to access your students—what access to they have at home, do some need to have the information “burned” on a disc, do all have the capability of Elluminate, etc?
  • Find a way to engage students in the videos, not just “listening” to lectures on tapes. Should follow by some sort of discussion questions, etc.

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Flip4Mac is a WMV video

excellent resources
Excellent Resources

Jon Bergmann & Aaron Sams

“Flip Your Classroom”

Sal Khan

“The Khan Academy”

Advantages: Using technology to give students control of their interactions which has a positive effect on student learning

problems
Problems:
  • We don’t know what to do with the extra time if we do not lecture in the class.
  • How we teach changes considerably
  • Time is needed to develop the videos and discussions as well as activities that will be done in the classroom
  • To “do what you want with the time in classroom” is not enough to help teachers know what to do!

More on this in future classes 

the flipped classroom model
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.

flipping
Flipping
  • Speaks the language of today’s students
  • Helps busy students
  • Helps struggling students
  • Helps students of all abilities excel
  • Allows students to pause and rewind their teacher
  • Increases student-teacher interaction
  • Allows teachers to know their students better
  • Educates not only students but parents and other siblings

Why Change????

why you should not change if
Why You Should Not Change--If
  • Because everyone is doing it!
  • Because you think it is cutting edge
  • Because it is easier

Because it exempts us from being good teachers

what s next
What’s Next?

Make Commitment to Change-Join Our Group 

Learn about Flipping –Good, Bad and Ugly

Develop Your First Flipped Class Video (or whatever venue you choose)

Plan to begin to use next summer or fall

Step 1

Step 2

Step 3

Step 4

questions more information
Questions? More Information?
  • Barb Penprase
  • penprase@oakland.edu
  • I would love you to go on the journal of change with me 