Presentation on theme: "To flip or not to flip Is that the question?. What is the question? Why? How When What? Who?"— Presentation transcript:
To flip or not to flip Is that the question?
What is the question? Why? How When What? Who?
Impact of new technology 2013 = 1,000, = 36,000,000
Metaphors for life
Four pillars of flipped learning Flexible learning environment F Learning culture is flipped L Intentional content for instruction I Professional educators P
What is different about resources for flipped learning? Wider range of topics ▫Range of possible Flipped Learning methods Individualised learning ▫As well as collaborative learning
What could be different? Rubrics increasing complexity Questioning technique Project Management – ▫Time management ▫Thinking about thinking and work Choice of topic Choice of how to represent information
Resourcing a flipped classroom Digital objects / video Learning objects Blended learning environments Online learning workshops or courses Scaffolding tools Collaborative tools Information literacy or digital literacy skills could be totally individualised
Building blocks Content structure Digital Literacy | ACARA CapabilitiesDigital Literacy ACARA Capabilities Assessment frequency and type Class structure / management – Term 1, Terms 2 to 4
Types of resources needed: Core tools ▫Information access ▫Digital manipulation / knowledge creation ▫Collaboration / Communication Virtual learning environment tools ▫Learning management systems (LMS) ▫Video conferencing
Information Literacy tools 17
Digital manipulation/ knowledge creation
Learning Management System (LMS)
Teacher tools Professional Learning Network (PLN)
What does the classroom look like? Individualised learning Peer teaching ▫Jigsaw methodology ▫1:1 discussion with teacher Small groups when needed Technology rich but NOT the focus
Dr Renner’s guidelines The expectation of spending time doing homework should be clear A flipped class implementation does not have to be “all or nothing” Students do not automatically prefer cooperative group work, nor do they intuitively know how to work in a group successfully Teachers do not have to create all of their own content for a flipped class Lecturing is not bad pedagogy, but it should not be the primary or sole means of instruction Pre-testing in K-12 classes warrants further study Students respond to multiple means of representation the-flipped-classroom-by-concordias-dr-jeremy-renner-shows-mixed-results/
Cons 1.Students don’t need more screen or computer time! 2.Students don't need more homework! 3.Access to mobile devices and the internet can be inequitable 4.Market forces will allow content producers to get richer! 26
Flipping a library What is flipped? 1.Space - from a focus on resources to focus on learning 2.Information access – from a focus on class or groups of students and IL to a totally individualised at point of need focus 3.Learning – from a focus on teacher selected content and skills outcomes to student selected 4.Skill vs knowledge – traditionally we have focused on skills or literacies – what should out focus be?
So what is the question?
"This above all: to thine own self be true"
Resources Flipping the library classroom sid= sid= Flipping the one-shot library session -classroom/ -classroom/ Tools for flipping the classroom flipping-classroom.html https://www.diigo.com/user/junewall/"flipped classroom“
Resources Flipped learning resources – Dan SpencerFlipped learning resources Scribd Voicethread Bubbl.us Wikispaces Diigo Animoto Audacity Learning Management Systems