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The flipped classroom has been gathering steam for a few years now. The premise: watch videos of instruction or lecture at home, and do the “homework” with the teacher in class. The Flipped Class: What it is and What it is Not In reality, there isn’t a whole lot of philosophical or theoretical information that I believe I can personally share that will be cutting edge, or not met with a new debate. I’ll let you access the flood of stories [...]
Troy interviewed Kristin Daniels from Stillwater Area Public Schools in Minnesota. She is leading initiatives in Flipped PD and discusses her process in the interview. She also discusses the exceptional growth of Flipped Learning in her district, the death of Flipped Learning, and more.
This is part two of a two-part post on the definition of Flipped Learning. Part one, “I’ve Copyrighted ‘Flipped Classroom’”, discusses how the term came about and why it has many misconceptions.
First, let me say, I have copyrighted the terms Flipped Classroom, Flipped Learning, Flipped Teaching and #flipclass. No one in the media can write a story using any of the terms without consulting me. No company can use any of these terms to promote a product without my approval. No one can blog or tweet on the topic without my endorsement.
This week on the Flipped Learning Network Show:
Troy interviewed Elementary Flipper Lisa Highfill at ISTE. Lisa discusses the unique elements of flipping an elementary classroom, elementary modalities, the need for more Language Arts flipping, using flipping for test review, Explore-Flip-Apply, lifehacking, and more.
This week on the Flipped Learning Network Show: This podcast is a recording of the Faces of Flipped Class panel presented at ISTE in San Diego. The panelists are: Aaron Sams, Brian Bennett, Jonathan Bergmann, Meloney Cargill, Dawn Sanchez, April Gudenrath, Eric Marcos, Ramsey Musallam, Stacey Roshan, Dan Spencer, and Kristin Daniels. You can also catch up on a lot of resources from the Flipped Learning Network by going to www.flippedlearning.org. Follow Troy on Twitter Leave us some feedback! Contact [...]
This week on the Flipped Learning Network Show: Troy interviewed Jac de Haan at Flipcon12. Jac is a creative educator from Seattle that specializes in 1:1 iPad environments and using a variety of products to create interactive learning tools used in Flipped Classrooms. Jac discusses why he got involved with Flipped Learning, where he believes the future of Flipped Learning is going, and more. Jac’s website is www.technologywithintention.com. You can also catch up on a lot of resources from the [...]
The Khan Academy PR machine is getting to be in full swing after last night’s CBS 60 Minutes airing. I’ve always stated that I’d like to see teachers being their own Khans, being master publishers, and using their many years of teaching mastery to “teach the world.” Khan beat us to it, but it doesn’t mean we can’t do it better..
The 20th Century Classroom is dead. You see, I know this to be true because I had the funeral for the 20th Century Classroom in like 2006. I was there- in person. It was a poignant ceremony; you should have been there with the rest of my sixth grade science students. She helped us out in the beginning of that industrial age, but she just had to be laid to rest, chalk board and all. To mark the occasion, we took our antiquated [...]
This week on The EduNationCast: We get the pleasure of welcoming Ramsey Musallam of Flipteaching.com, who joins us for our roundtable discussion about the controversy over the Flipped Method and what it’s really all about. Also, we get real heavy into science videos, and Ramsey shows us some great apps and methods for publishing video tutorials. This Week’s Contributors: James Sanders, Jim Sill, Diane Main, and Dan Rezac. Special Guests This Week: Ramsey Musallam The complete show notes can be found on the EdReach Wiki. [...]