Presentation on theme: "The Flipped Classroom: Scaffolding Community Online Susan Barduhn Jaime Durham."— Presentation transcript:
The Flipped Classroom: Scaffolding Community Online Susan Barduhn Jaime Durham
Agenda 1.Overview 2.Creating community online 3.Theory and Instructional Design 4.Translating an effective f2f activity online 5.Student Feedback
MA TESOL Low Residency Degree Sequence (34 credits) Year One –S–Summer (early June to mid- August): Coursework online followed by a three- week session on SIT’s campus –S–Sept–May: Coursework online and an Interim-Year Teaching Practicum at the student’s place of employment Year Two –S–Summer: Coursework online and a three-week session on SIT’s campus –S–Sept–Dec: Coursework online –J–Jan–May: Independent Professional Project (thesis) Program eligibility: minimum of two years of second-language teaching experience and a job teaching ESOL for the September–June period between the two summer sessions.
FOUNDATIONS FOR LEARNING AND TEACHING MA TESOL LOW RESIDENCY PROGRAM
Task one How do you create and develop community in a group of learners?
Instructional Design Procedural Scaffolding – how we did it Be consistent, attractive and fun ! Keep it in the classroom.
Keys to Success Procedural Scaffolding OrientationResourceExpectation Tina Stavredes (2011), Effective Online Teaching
Orientation & Resource Scaffolding - weekly Moodle instructional videos - weekly video and written overviews
Initial readings Collaborative transformative learning Leahy & Gilly (2009), “Learning in the space between us” in Innovations in transformative learning. Introduction to counseling learning Curran (1978). “The meaning and effect of understanding” in Understanding: An essential ingredient in human belonging. The relationship between teaching and learning Stevick (1998). “A view of the learner” in Working with teaching methods: What’s at stake? I, thou, it Hawkins (1968). “I, thou, it” in The informed vision: Essays and learning and human nature.
Task two How would you do a jigsaw activity online? 1 week, 12 students, 3 articles: assignment given on Wednesday first task due Saturday second task due Monday Resources: Wiki, forums, Google Hangout, Skype, etc.