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I was wondering what you all thought of learning designs pertaining to English language teaching? What are the ways in which you design your lessons to achieve better learning in your students?Continue

A NEW way to teach PHRASAL VERBS so that your students understand and remember them

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Phrasal verbs are a verb + preposition, adverb or particle. Teaching…Continue

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ABCs - Alphabet Resources or Ideas?

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I guess the alphabet is our bread and butter.Got any good ideas for teaching it or using it…Continue

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Stories to inspire and teach. Share yours.

Started by ddeubel in Teaching and Methodology. Last reply by ddeubel Jun 10, 2018. 79 Replies

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The Flipped Classroom

Commonly known as "The Flipped Classroom", I prefer to call it "The Flipped Curriculum".

Meaning that the curriculum is not poured out upon the students but rather is raised up from the students.  A bottom up approach to curriculum and knowledge/learning. 

 

These resources are supplements to a previous talk and discussion at the Reform Symposium Conference . I've rerecorded it and watch it here.

 Click the images to go to recommended examples / readings / videos

 

 

Let's start here when thinking about the Flipped Curriculum and embracing "informal learning". 

 


Here are some recommend resources and readings for learning about the Flipped Classroom

--How the Flipped Classroom is radically transforming learning   

 

-- The Inverted Classroom (2000 - original reference and description)      Flipped ScoopIT

 

--  A student's perspective            How teachers are hacking their own textbooks

 

--Rejecting the flipped classroom   Ira Socol       Flipped? End of a love affair
-- Flipped Thinking: Daniel Pink and Karl Fisch    The Flipped Classroom Prezi

-- The Flipped Classroom Model. The full story.    The Flipped High School site

-- A modest proposal: Let's Flipped The Class     The Flipped Conference     Flipped Best Practices

--Reverse Instruction       Aaron Sams - Cutting through the hype and misconceptions

-- The Flipped Classroom webinar      Ira Socol voices caution about this model

 

-- The Flipped Classroom Wiki          Beyond The Videos        The Flipped Classroom: 4 Steps

 

-- The Future of Learning : Sugata Mitra   - A portal to media literacy; Michael Wesch  

 

-- Becoming Unflippable        Inductive Teaching / Learning      Baam Ed Tech podcast   

--  My Dirty Little Secrets about Flipped Classrooms    Flipping our classrooms around - Duke U.     Flip your Classroom with Edmodo Scavenger Hunt    (view the practical example)

 

-- Why an educator is flipping Colorado's classrooms       Empirical evidence flipping works

The main tenent behind the Flipped Curriculum is that learning is first done by the student in a self directed fashion. Teacher intervention only happens later, if at all.


The Flipped Classroom ELT PPT      Flipping the Classroom.pdf      new learnings


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 12, 2013 at 1:17pm

Here's a nice infographic detailing the Flipped Curriculum.   This article - a nice demonstation of it. 

 

Created by Knewton and Column Five Media


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 12, 2013 at 1:41pm

A few more links about The Flipped Classroom. 

 

USA Today: Flipped Classroom takes advantage of technology

Caution on adopting the Flipped Classroom


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 15, 2013 at 11:43am

This is a pretty cool video.... 

 


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 19, 2016 at 12:52pm

A Nice overview of the traditional flipped classroom with discussion. 

Table of Contents


1:20 Poll results (Do you flip your class?)
3:20 Martin Heidegger
3:30 Who are teachers?
4:30 Freedom to Learn (Carl Rodgers)
8:40 Sugata Mitra
9:57 Patrick Farenga
11:00 One size does not fit all by Nikhi Goyal
13:00 Have you been teaching your students to learn?
15:02 What is a flipped class?
20:05 Goals of flipping the class (video)
22:20 What if students do not have access to the Internet?
22:50 Why flip your class? (video)
29:36 Flipping the classroom is about attitude.
32:50 Beliefs about flipping the classroom
34:38 Leader or follower
36:50 Why would you flip your class?
39:24 How do you flip a class in poor geographical areas?
41:35 Describing the need to flip the classroom (video)
45:43 Carl Rogers
46: 57 What do students want?
53:50 What are our attitudes and beliefs toward flipping the classroom?
55:55 What are you going to do? How would you flip your class?
56:25 Conclusion

 


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 19, 2016 at 12:52pm

A nice google hangout on the Flipped Classroom. Thanks to all who participated and get the table of contents and event info. here - http://bit.ly/17ICtHI


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 19, 2016 at 12:53pm

There are a lot of "flipped" conferences being held these days.  Often termed "Ed Camps" or "unconferences" and participants meet and discuss - there is no expert led presenting. 

Here are my two posts on this topic.  

1. What if?  A new way to think about PD and conferences.

2.  What if?  The flipped conference. Part 2


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 19, 2016 at 12:55pm

A recent article in the Canadian newspaper the Globe and Mail- highlighting one teacher's Flipped Classroom.

A great article about the Flipped Classroom with lots of nice examples. I love this quote.....

 

“Most people go into it thinking the biggest part is making the videos. But really, the biggest part is what you do with your class time now that you have that free time,” Cockrum says.

 A few more links about The Flipped Classroom. 

 

USA Today: Flipped Classroom takes advantage of technology

Caution on adopting the Flipped Classroom

This was a VERY engaging discussion about the issues surrounding the Khan Academy and more so - self directed, technology driven education. 


Supporter
Comment by ddeubel on September 19, 2016 at 12:56pm

Here is the PBS Newhour piece on Salman Khan. Well put together....

An example of how the Flipped Classroom model is being used in Turkey

 

 

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