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1 Patricia Flad Edmiston, Ph.D., NBCT LACUE 2013 The Good, The Bad and Preventing the Uglies

2  Students watch short lectures at home, with the ability to slow down, rewind or review a lecture while taking notes.

3  Concept engagement takes place in the class period with the teacher as facilitator.  Students work cooperatively to be successful in understanding concepts.

4  Less time required for homework.  Students have the ability to review a lecture as many times as needed and at their own pace.  Taking notes becomes easier.  Students work cooperatively to help each other understand the concept through the use of in-class exercises or discussions.  More time available for the teacher to help students that need assistance the most.

5  There is no single model for a flipped classroom.  Provides pre-recorded videos followed by in-class exercises.  Can include on-line quizzes and activities.

6  First you need videos on the concept to be learned.  Videos already available on the internet.  Teacher made videos on you-tube  Teacher made videos embedded on your website.

7  Khan academy Khan academy  Teacher website videos Teacher website videos  You-tube You-tube  Teacher-tube Teacher-tube

8  Educreations Educreations  Doceri Doceri  Prezi Prezi  Activ-Inspire Activ-Inspire  Your own You-tube site Your own You-tube site

9  Second you need to plan exercises or discussions on the concept to be learned.  Khan Academy  Teacher made  Quizzes from the Internet Quizzes from the Internet

10  Internet accessibility must be available to most students at home.  Student buy-in  Parent buy-in  Initially setting up a flipped classroom is time consuming.

11  Internet accessibility must be available to most students at home.  Student buy-in  Parent buy-in  Initially setting up a flipped classroom is time consuming.

12  Internet accessibility must be available to most students at home.  Smart phones  Tablets  Classroom computers

13  Student buy-in  Keeping track of notes from the videos  Helping each other be successful  Provide students the ability for self-assessment

14  Parent buy-in Communication is the key!!

15  Initially setting up a flipped classroom is time consuming.  Gradual implementation  Do your own homework  Split the workload

16  Face the opposition head-on!  It is not an all or nothing approach.  If at first you don’t succeed try, try again.


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