Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Flipping with Kirch: Designing a Flipped Learning Environment - Webinar Archive

I had a great time presenting with on Tuesday for a webinar about the shifts in a flipped classroom and how to design a flipped learning environment.  For those of you who weren't able to attend, you can find the archive here.

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:

Reflection questions from throughout presentation:
  • Which of the three Flipped Learning Shifts intrigues or excites you the most & why?
    • Student-Centered
    • 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?

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