Flipped Classroom 101: Challenges, Benefits & Design Tips

Catlin Tucker

The flipped classroom m odel shifts the transfer of information online and moves practice and application into the classroom. Classically, the transfer of information has occurred in class via lecture and practice has been assigned for homework. Flipping in Class.

Flipped Classrooms

EdSense

Trending with the buzz words of modern education system, that among several other innovative initiatives, adopts technology for inward learning, is “Flipped Learning”. What Are Flipped Classrooms? Why Should Schools Opt For Flipped Classrooms? Relevant Information.

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Flipped Classroom: Engaging Students with EdPuzzle

Catlin Tucker

The flipped classroom model is a blended learning strategy I use to present my vocabulary , writing, and grammar instruction online. One thing I emphasize when I lead professional development for teachers is the importance of flipping and engaging.

Why an LMS is a great tool for an EFL flipped classroom

Neo LMS

Flipped classrooms have been here for a while and a considerable amount of research shows that this pedagogical method can be used for a wide range of subjects (from biology to computer science), with K12 and university students. Read more: Flipped Classroom.

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Why Flipped Classrooms Fail

Turn to Your Neighbor

As a champion of the popular flipped learning method developed by Eric Mazur , this phrase always hits me hard when I hear it from fellow educators. ” About flipped learning with videos, “I tried it but my students didn’t watch the videos.”

4 Questions about the flipped classroom teachers must answer

Neo LMS

The flipped classroom is one of our favorite topics on this blog, because it is a simple concept with big results. Flipped”, here does not mean crazy or way-out (although some would argue it is), it literally means inverting the traditional classroom model.

Using WSQ forms to improve impact of Flipped Classroom tasks

Neo LMS

He blogs on a fairly regular basis about Computer Science and his creation of the Hackable Classroom at [link]. In January this year I joined a Flipped Classroom Voxer group and really benefited from the advice and ideas suggested by talented and experienced teachers from all over the world.

4 important questions teachers in the flipped classroom must answer

Neo LMS

The flipped classroom is one of our favorite topics on this blog, because it is a simple concept with big results. 4 important questions teachers in the flipped classroom must answer. The flipped classroom, for all its wonderful benefits, is unfortunately no different.

Engaging students with the flipped classroom

Neo LMS

The best example for this is a classroom: for teachers, a class is a lot shorter than it really is; for students, it’s a lot longer. Teachers sometime feel that time flew by and they still have so much information to share. The solution: flipping the classroom.

In-Class Flip: The Flipped Classroom Meets the Station Rotation Model

Catlin Tucker

When I work with school districts shifting to blended learning, I often train teachers on the station rotation model and the flipped classroom. Students rotate around the classroom to different learning stations.

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail

Turn to Your Neighbor

As a champion of the popular flipped learning method developed by Eric Mazur , this phrase always hits me hard when I hear it from fellow educators. ” About flipped learning with videos, “I tried it but my students didn’t watch the videos.”

The flipped classroom: creating a win-win situation for students and teachers

Neo LMS

Take the classroom for example. Markers and whiteboards have replaced chalk and blackboards, the furniture is nicer, and maybe there’s a projector in each classroom. Turning things upside down: the flipped classroom. What does a flipped classroom look like?

How to select the best screencasting tool for your flipped classroom

Neo LMS

Today’s students are in the same situation; they need to take in large amounts of information in a short time, and plain reading doesn’t helps with that. There are plenty of screencasting tools available and there are lots of information about them.

Project Based Learning and the Flipped Classroom… A Great Combination!

21st Century Educational Technology and Learning

While I was at FETC I ran into Jon Bergmann who is best known for his work on the Flipped Classroom. We had our usual talk on ideas that support both PBL and Flipped Learning. Look for contact information at the Booking Site. A flipped infusion just might be the answer.

The Flipped Classroom Explained

A Principal's Reflections

There has been a great deal of information lately on the World Wide Web and in the media on the flipped classroom approach. Image credit: [link] There are two main components associated with the flipped classroom approach to teaching and learning.

The Must-Have Tools in My Flipped Classroom

Edsurge

When I first began flipping my math class in 2010, the ability to screencast, upload video to the web and have students watch lectures at their own pace was exciting and innovative. Though it was a step in the right direction toward a more personalized and student-centered classroom, a couple of tech tools that have emerged during the past few years have truly changed my thinking about what is possible for the flipped classroom.

"Flipped" Classroom in the Era of Remote Learning

Saving Socrates

When I was an administrator of a large, urban high school, I worked closely with our math department to "flip" the learning. This process enabled us to transition teachers from "conveyors of information" to coaches helping guide students through their own learning.

Lessons From Flipped Classrooms and Flipped Failures

Edsurge

So a few years ago Talbert, a math professor at Grand Valley State University, tried a new approach, known as flipped learning—a method catching on these days in college classrooms. Unlike the lecture model, in which students first encountering new material in the classroom, in the flipped model the students’ first encounter with the material happens outside of class, usually in the form of video lectures. The feeling would crop up every so often.

Learn Why Swivl Is the Perfect Tool For Your Flipped Classroom | @GoSwivl

TeacherCast

Productivity and Effectiveness – Keep students engaged and informed through video playlists aligned to support materials with online note-taking and time-stamped discussions. One of the hottest devices being showcased this year at the ISTE conference was Swivl.

The Secret of Team Allocation in a Flipped-Classroom Environment

Fractus Learning

In a flipped-classroom, blended learning environment with team-based learning it is important to consider the formation of students teams. The course design is a two hour weekly flipped-classroom, blended learning environment with 42 students per seminar.

4 Steps for Designing an Online Assessment for Flipped Classroom

Fractus Learning

Are you thinking about designing an online assessment for a Flipped classroom? The assessment takes the form of a team quiz to be undertaken during a flipped classroom tutorial by students using the technology Socrative. Flipped Classroom Uncategorized

5 Ways to Address Student Resistance in the Flipped Classroom

Fractus Learning

They break away from the ‘norms’ you typically see in a classroom. In these environments, you’re not going to see a classroom where students are listening to the teacher’s voice as he or she presents information from the textbook. Flipped Classroom School

Why Teachers Matter More in a Flipped Classroom

Turning Learning On Its Head

I was once asked by a group of education policy makers if the flipped classroom would allow them to hire fewer teachers. They had missed the point of the flipped classroom. BLOG WHAT IS FLIPPED LEARNING bergmann flipped class Flipped Learning teachers

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail Part 3

Turn to Your Neighbor

Flipped classrooms sometimes fall flat. In this third and final post, we continue our exploration of why flipped classrooms fail (see Part 1 and Part 2 ). Ken Bauer , Associate Professor and Board Member, Tecnológico dd Monterrey and Flipped Learning Network.

Flip It! The Flipped Classroom Model is for Everyone. Here’s Why.

Fractus Learning

“Will a flipped classroom work in your subject and grade level? ” In The Flipped Class: Is Flipping for Everyone? hosts Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams demonstrate basic ways subject-area educators can apply the flipped classroom model to their teaching practice.

Why Flipped Classrooms Fail Part 3

Turn to Your Neighbor

Flipped classrooms sometimes fall flat. In this third and final post, we continue our exploration of why flipped classrooms fail (see Part 1 and Part 2 ). Ken Bauer , Associate Professor and Board Member, Tecnológico de Monterrey and Flipped Learning Network.

My Flipped Classroom Resources and Tips, from Beginner to Advanced #flipclass #edchat #edtech

techieMusings

I’ve gotten a lot of requests recently for resources on my flipped classroom, best practices, tips & tricks, and advice for getting started. Here is a presentation summarizing my process and evolution through my flipped classroom journey. A paper I wrote on my AP Calculus flipped classroom was recently published – The Flipped Classroom: Touch Enabled, Academically Proven. 2012 – began flipping Honors Algebra 2.

Mrs. Lac Experiments with the Flipped Classroom

mauilibrarian2 in Olinda

Lectures in the classroom? Here are some comments from Mrs. Lac''s Honors Chem students about the new system: Ruby : I like the flipped method because I am able to to take notes at my pace.not rushing with half the information. flipped classroom

An overview of active Learning.

Linways Technologies

Why does it work so well and how to implement active learning in your classrooms. It makes each student feel valued and recognized in a classroom. Different methods for adopting active learning in the classroom. Flipped Classroom.

The Flipped Classroom: My project for this semester

Connecting 2 the World

The second is part of a program I was chosen for through my university: the flipped classroom. After reading through the information and watching the videos they sent us about the "flipped classroom" movement (see below for those resources), I wasn't sure I'd be able to change my class much since my current teaching approach (based on experiential learning theories)seemed to "flip" the class so students had a lot of control over their learning.

Flipped classroom: Is it something for contingent faculty?

Connecting 2 the World

As my previous posts have discussed, I am part of a training project for the flipped classroom. However, I fear that the teaching evaluations for this class will be less than stellar due to the gap between student expectations as to what a good teacher is and the way it is defined by the flipped classroom. Even the questions on the evaluation (does instructor explain the concepts well ) is geared towards evaluating the traditional classroom.

Innovating Pedagogy Report released - some great information included

Educational Technology Guy

It has some interesting information and insight into some technology trends, including Flipped Classrooms, BYOD, storytelling and more. The Open University''s annual ''Innovating Pedagogy'' report has just been published.

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An overview of the Flip Class-Based group quiz.

Linways Technologies

A session that grabbed great attention among the audience in the BarCamp was Flip Class-Based Group Quiz presented by Dr. Sadiq A, Professor of TKM College of Engineering. The method on which he gave emphasis was the Flipped Classroom technique.

Two reasons why teachers don’t automate their work

The Christensen Institute

If you’re a teacher, just consider how nice it would be to have more time for collaborating with colleagues, differentiating your instruction, planning engaging projects, building relationships with students, or bringing field and industry experts into your classroom.

Swarming the Classroom

EdTech4Beginners

American poet and etymologist John Ciardi once remarked, “The classroom should be an entrance into the world.” Derek and Laura Cabrera from Cornell University inform us that we should strive to create “Knowledge-able” students not “Information-full” students.