flip teaching - new trends in educational technology
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DESCRIPTIONFlip teaching is a form of blended learning which encompasses any use of Internet technology to leverage the learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time interacting with students instead of lecturing.
- 1.FlipNew trends in educational technology Clay Casati 05Dec12
2. Flip TeachingEducational Delivery ModelsPlatforms for Online EducationSchool Without Classrooms 2 3. Flip teaching is a form of blended learning whichencompasses any use of Internet technology to leveragethe learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend moretime interacting with students instead of lecturing(including use of differentiated instruction and project-based learning).This is most commonly being done using teacher-createdvideos that students view outside of class time.It is also known as backwards classroom, reverseinstruction, flipping the classroom, and reverse teaching. Source: en.wikipedia3 4. Source: Slide2.jpg theactiveclass.com4 5. Flipped TraditionalSource: Flipped-Classroom-Comparison.jpg edtechtips.org5 6. Source: flippedclassroom.jpg blog.han.nl 6 7. Source: Opener University flipped.jpg wired.co.uk7 8. Source: http://web.mit.edu/edtech/casestudies/teal.html8 9. shot-2012-04-17-at-8.47.02-AM.pngScreen-shotFlip Teaching Dont just flip your class, transform it! 9 10. ModelFlipped Classroom, ProjectBased Learning & Blooms 10 11. 11 12. Get our hands dirty#MOOC, #blendedlearning, #coursera, #edx, #flipteaching, #higheredu, #udacity 12 13. To explain how myclass will be structured,I kept looking forsomething that wouldincorporate both theFlipped Classroom andProject Based Learninginto Blooms levels oflearning.by Amanda Ooten,2012.@eaglesbiologyeaglesbiology.comSource: i mage.axd fhu.edu 13 14. Problem-based learning (PBL) is a student centeredpedagogy in which students learn about a subject throughthe experience of problem solving.Students learn both thinkingstrategies and domainknowledge.The goals of PBL are to helpthe students develop flexibleknowledge, effective problemsolving skills, self-directedlearning, effective collaborationskills and intrinsic motivation.en.wikipedia pbl. jpg blog.naver.com 14 15. We learn by experiencesReflection is thinking for anthat allow us to: extended period by linkingAbsorb (read, hear, feel) recent experiences toDo (activity) earlier ones in order topromote a more complexInteract (socialize)and interrelated mental(Wertenbroch & Nabeth,schema.2000)In addition, we also learn by The thinking involvesreflecting on suchlooking for commonalities,experiences (Dewey 1933). differences, andThe goal is to develop higher interrelations beyond theirorder thinking skills. superficial elements.Source: http://www.nwlink.com/~donclark/hrd/development/reflection.html15 16. Source: Blooms+Revised+Taxonomy.jpg goconstructivism.blogspot.com16 17. Flipping Blooms TaxonomyI think the best flipped classroomswork because they spend most oftheir time creating, evaluating andanalyzing. In a sense were creatingthe churn, the friction for the brain,rather than solely focusing onacquiring rote knowledge.The flipped classroom approach is notabout watching videos. Its aboutstudents being actively involved in theirown learning and creating content inthe structure that is most meaningfulfor them.Posted by Shelley Wright on May 15,2012 in Less Teacher, More Student,Passion Based Learning, The How of21st Century Teaching, Voiceshttp://plpnetwork.com/2012/05/15/flipping-blooms-taxonomy/ 17 18. K-12HigherEdu18 19. etc19 20. etc20 21. The principles of the Vittra School,Sweden, revolve around the breakdownof physical and metaphorical class divi-sions as a fundamental step to promo-ting intellectual curiosity, self-confidence,and communally responsible behavior.Instead of classical divisions with chairsand tables, a giant iceberg for exampleserves as cinema, platform, and room forrelaxation, and sets the frame for manydifferent types of learning, while flexiblelaboratories make it possible to workhands-on with themes and projects.21 22. VITTRA TELEFONPLAN SCHOOL,Stockholm, SwedenArchitects: Rosan Bosch & Rune Fjordhttp://funsterz.com/2012/03/20/vittra-telefonplan-school-dream-of-every-child-14-photos/22 23. Source: http://web.mit.edu/edtech/casestudies/teal.html23 24. Quinte Technology Enhanced LearningComplex Belleville, Loyalist College,Belleville, Ontario, CanadaSource: Quinte-Technology-Enhanced-Learning-Complex-Interior-Space.jpg archiarcha.com24 25. follow @Inquietusfollow @ClayCasati 25 26. www.festainquietudine.itfesta dellinquietudine 2013 sesta edizione31 maggio 1 e 2 giugno cultura & intrattenimentotema conduttoreFinale LigureComplesso Monumentaledi Santa CaterinaIdeazione & Organizzazione