For your reference the slides (including reflection and planning prompts), can be found here.
If you have any follow-up questions or need any resources I referred to in the presentation, please comment on this post. There are a lot of resources linked on this document here.
Links from presentation:
- What the flipped classroom is NOT:
- My Student Websites
- Sample Video Tutorial
- Resource Sites
Reflection questions from throughout presentation:
- Which of the three Flipped Learning Shifts intrigues or excites you the most & why?
- Active Learning
- Higher Order Thinking
- Why is allowing time for inquiry, exploration, or hypothesizing before direct instruction important?
- What might this look like in your class?
- What Video Tip(s) resonate with you the most? Why?
- How do you organize your content and expectations for your students?
- How do you hold your students accountable for watching and engaging with the video?
- How do your videos give your students structured processing time?
- How do you gather feedback from your students before they enter the group learning space?
- What activities could your students participate in to discuss and review what they learned from the video?
- How will you spend the “practice and apply” portion of your class time?
- How will you formatively assess your students in a variety of ways?
- How will you facilitate students creatively showing their understanding?
- Why is the “design of a teacher” so important for those implementing flipped learning?
- What is the best use of your face to face time?
- How can you make your group learning space more student-centered & get students more actively involved in their learning?
- What lower-level thinking activities can be moved outside of class?
- What do you want students to be able to do MORE of in class? (HOT)
- How will you leverage the use of technology to help support you fulfilling your answers?