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Designing Flipped Classrooms

How to approach the design of flipped classroom. Discuss the rational and motivation to adopt flipped learning, the use of resources and the steps designing a module.

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Designing Flipped Classrooms

  1. 1. NorlandoPobreFlickr Designing Flipped Classrooms University of South Australia 6 August 2014 Dr Negin Mirriahi University of New South Wales Dr Abelardo Pardo The University of Sydney
  2. 2. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 2 JonathanCohenFlickr What is it? Explore How The Plan
  3. 3. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 3 JonathanCohenFlickr What is it?
  4. 4. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 4 KreativeKewlflickr.com Flipped Classroom does not exist! (Bergmann & Sams, 2012)
  5. 5. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 5 Krugazorflickr.com (Mazur, 2009) Simple transfer of information does not work
  6. 6. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 6 JuantanKwonflickr.com Resources everywhere!
  7. 7. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 7 Fellmanniaflickr.com Face-to-face time is very valuable!
  8. 8. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 8 TOMTECflickr.com More tools for more contexts
  9. 9. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 9 -NACH-flickr.com Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create InclassAssignments Can we do better?
  10. 10. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 10 barbouriansflickr.com Was all the material covered in the allotted time?
  11. 11. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 11 pennstatenewsflickr.com Was it a student success?
  12. 12. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 12 -NACH-flickr.com Remember Understand Apply Analyze Evaluate Create Pre-assignmentsInclass
  13. 13. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 13 ChandraMarsonoflickr.com Does it work? Sometimes
  14. 14. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 14 SepehrEhsaniflickr.com Not as expected Yes! (Strayer, 2012) (Ruddick, 2012) (Zappe et al., 2009)
  15. 15. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 15 JonathanCohenFlickr What is it? Explore how
  16. 16. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 16 CedricsPicsflickr.com Today’s session has been flipped Previous: review videos, bring learning outcome During: develop your flipped classroom plan After: finalize and deploy your plan
  17. 17. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 17 Ben+Samflickr.com Discuss at your table... 1) How did you find the ideas presented in the videos? 2) What did you learn that you could apply in your context? 3) What might be some of the challenges?
  18. 18. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 18 JonathanCohenFlickr What is it? Explore How The Plan
  19. 19. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 19
  20. 20. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 20 Paral_laxflickr.com 1) Share learning outcome and current tasks 2) Pre-class tasks? 3) In class tasks 4) Post-class + Assessment
  21. 21. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 21 MarcoArmentflickr.com STEP 1 Share the learning outcome (suitable for single lesson). Is it measurable? Share your current approach: tasks, resources, assessment If new outcome, discuss initial ideas.
  22. 22. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 22 RiccardoRomanoflickr.com STEP 2 • What components could be pre-class tasks? • Any student incentive? • What challenges you envisage?
  23. 23. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 23 flickr.com STEP 3 Example of in-class task Leverage face-to-face presence What challenges may you encounter? How will you overcome them?
  24. 24. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 24 ChefCookeflickr.com STEP 4 Complete the lesson plan: post-class + assessment What will you do? What will students do? Note down pre, during, and post tasks. Describe your formative and/or summative assessment strategies How will you know the lesson was successful?
  25. 25. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 25 netefektflickr.com Considerations for flipped learning tasks • Your measurable learning outcome. • Tasks best done prior to class. • Tasks in class to maximise potential of face-to-face interaction. • Tasks done post-class, independently or collaboratively. • Formative assessment to support the process. • Summative assessment for students to demonstrate achievement of the learnign outcome
  26. 26. NorlandoPobreFlickr Designing Flipped Classrooms University of South Australia 6 August 2014 Dr Negin Mirriahi University of New South Wales Dr Abelardo Pardo The University of Sydney
  27. 27. References Bergmann, J., Sams, A., (2012) Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day Hawker Brownlow Education Mazur, E., (2009) Farewell, Lecture? Science, 323, pp. 50-51. Ruddick, K. W. (2012) Improving chemical education from high school to college using a more hands-on approach. PhD thesis, The University of Memphis Strayer, J. F. (2012). How learning in an inverted classroom influences cooperation, innovation and task orientation. Learning Environments Research, 15(2), 171–193. Zappe, S., & Leicht, R. (2009). Flipping" the classroom to explore active learning in a large undergraduate course. In Proceedings of the American Society for Engineering Education Annual Conference and Exhibition. Mirriahi and Pardo Designing Flipped Classrooms 27

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