We Didn’t Know What We Didn’t Know: Flipped Learning 3.0. By Jon Bergmann and Errol St.Clair Smith Pop Quiz: Most educators know about the Socratic method.
True or false? Let’s go with true. But why was Socrates called the wisest man in the world? The answer? Fast Forward a Couple Thousand Years. Today, with a swipe and a few keystrokes, we can access virtually all the knowledge in the known world from a device that’s smaller than an index card. Best of all, when we’re feeling particularly lazy, we can simply say, “ Hey Siri, who the heck is Socrates anyway?” Flipped learning: Una educación al revés. El tercer elemento es la importancia del trabajo en el aula.
Se trata de aprovechar al máximo el aprendizaje en el aula con el apoyo del profesor y un mayor protagonismo del alumnado. El cambio en los roles entre ambas partes favorece un aprendizaje autónomo y el desarrollo de las competencias del alumnado. FLGlobal. Proyectos Flipped y Tic en el aula. Monografico FlippedClassroom. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 1: Technology Strategy – Flipped Learning Simplified. A 2014 study indicates that 46% of U.S. principals expect that new teachers to the profession should already know how to flip a class upon graduation from a teacher training program.
There is also a growing body of research which demonstrates that flipped learning is showing significant growth in student achievement, satisfaction, and teacher satisfaction. As schools begin to implement the model, what kinds and type of support should school leaders provide? This past year I worked with a group of teachers from a variety of schools which was implementing flipped learning into their classes. I was with them three to four times during the year and got to know their successes and challenges. Several of them had great results and are saying they can never go back. I have pondered their situation and have come to the conclusion that we need a more systemic approach to flipped learning. Technology. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 2: Shifting Pedagogy – Flipped Learning Simplified. Individual teachers across the world who are flipping their classes, are often working in isolation and small pockets.
However, as the movement has grown, there is an increasing need to think systemically about how to scale flipped learning. I believe three systems need to change for flipped learning to flourish on a large scale in a school or district: technological systems, pedagogical systems, and evaluation methodologies. In part one of this series, I discussed how technological systems need to be integrated, workflows need to be simplified, and technology infrastructure needs to support flipped learning. The focus of this post will be to examine how pedagogical systems need to adapt for flipped learning to thrive on a large scale. Educational researchers have been studying learning for a very long time. Ms. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 3: Teacher Evaluation – Flipped Learning Simplified. As more and more schools adopt flipped learning on a larger scale, there is a need to think systemically about evaluation systems.
This is the third in a series on how to scale flipped learning. In the first post I discussed technological systems, in the second I discussed pedagogical systems, and in this post, I will explore how evaluation systems need to change when flipped learning is scaled. During my twenty-four years as a classroom teacher, I was evaluated many times by administrators. The vast majority of these evaluations consisted of the principal sitting in my class and watching me “teach.” He or she took notes, plugged the information into a rubric, and then later we sat down and discussed how things went. But then I flipped my class, and direct content delivery happened outside of class. During my second year of flipping my class, I was up for a review. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 4: Learning Spaces – Flipped Learning Simplified. “We don’t just want to flip classes; we want to flip schools.”
Ignacio Romero, MT Groupo, Spain This sentiment expressed by Ignacio resounds with me. One of the greatest strengths of flipped learning has been its grassroots nature. It started with teachers trying to do what was best for their students and has grown into a worldwide movement. However, often individual teachers struggle to implement the model because their schools have not thought systemically about implementation. Prior to flipping my class, students faced the front of the room. On the screen and a whiteboard. As I realized that the focus of the room was no longer on teaching, but rather learning, I rethought many things. Rearrange Your Furniture First, I simply rearranged the furniture.
Scaling flipped learning Part 5: Student Buy-In – Flipped Learning Simplified. As flipped learning continues to grow, there is a greater need for flipped learning to scale beyond individual teachers flipping, to larger roll-outs with systemic planning and leadership.
This post is the 5th out of 7 in a series. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 6: Parent Buy-In – Flipped Learning Simplified. As flipped learning continues to grow, there is a greater need for flipped learning to scale beyond individual teachers flipping, to larger roll-outs with systemic planning and leadership.
This post is the 6th out of 7 in a series. The previous posts were: Sometimes students don’t always communicate with their parent’s accurate information about what is happening in school. If a child is struggling in class, they often look for something/someone to blame. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 7: Teacher Buy-In – Flipped Learning Simplified. Scaling Flipped Learning Part 7: Teacher Buy-In As flipped learning continues to grow, there is a greater need for flipped learning to scale beyond individual teachers flipping, to larger roll-outs with systemic planning and leadership.
This post is the 7th and final post. The previous posts were: Getting teachers convinced that they should embrace flipped learning is the most important step. If teachers are not sold on the model, the roll-out will most likely stall. Flipped Learning Is The Future And It Is Here - BW Businessworld. Flipped learning is the new rage on Indian campuses, including in IITs.
Flipped learning pioneer Jon Bergmann opens up with BW Businessworld’s Suman K. Jha on its origin and evolution. What is a “flipped classroom”? Flipped learning is a very simple idea. Students interact with the introductory material at home before coming to class. How would you describe its origin and your role in its growth?
Webinar #1: The Flipped Classroom, por Raúl Santiago. Presentación taller Raúl Santiago. ¿Qué es Flipped Classroom? Clase Invertida (Flipped Classroom en Español) Flipped classroom ¿Cuáles son sus ventajas? ¿Cuál es su origen? Esta entrada sobre flipped classroom ha atraído muchísimas visitas al blog en los inicios de este año y va a llegar a las 13.000 visitas. Por ello, hemos celebrado las 210.000 visitas al blog Profesor 3.0 con una versión reloaded & greatly improved de esta entrada.
¿Es el flipped learning un modelo eficaz?: 10 estudios que lo confirman. Como en la mayor parte de los estudios e investigaciones de índole educativa, existen muchos factores a la hora de analizar la eficacia de tal o cual modelo pedagógico, método, recurso, técnica o herramienta. Consejos prácticos sobre cómo implementar el flipped classroom. Más sobre la eficacia del modelo Flipped Classroom.
Sobre la eficacia del modelo flipped classroom: (2/2) Un estudio similar se llevó a cabo en el nivel universitario. En la revista The Economist (The Economist, 2011) , referenció un artículo que había sido recientemente publicado en “Science”: el profesor de la Universidad de British Columbia, Louis Deslauriers, estudió a 850 estudiantes de ciencias de pregrado que seguían un curso obligatorio de física.
Al comienzo del periodo académico, los estudiantes fueron distribuidos en dos grupos. Más sobre la eficacia del modelo Flipped Classroom (1/3) Según Bryan Goodwin y Kirsten Miller la evidencia sobre el modelo flipped classroom aun está por llegar. Las “clases magistrales” no tienen que ser necesariamente “malas” (si son realmente magistrales), y pueden ser una forma efectiva para ayudar a los estudiantes a adquirir nuevos conocimientos (Hattie , 2008 ; Schwerdt y Wupperman, 2010). El problema con este tipo de clases es, a menudo, una cuestión de ritmo.
Para algunos estudiantes, la información puede llegar demasiado lentamente o tratar temas que ya saben, otros estudiantes pueden tener problemas para asimilar la información rápidamente, o pueden carecer de los conocimientos previos que necesitan para comprender los conceptos presentados. Después de una clase de este tipo, tanto exitosa (o no), a menudo los maestros asignan tareas o deberes, que a bastantes estudiantes les suele producir frustración y confusión. How to flip the classroom. Flipping is easy – and with a little thought and planning, teachers can use the flipped model to create engaging learning experiences for their students. This section covers the nuts and bolts of flipping – from creating videos, to introducing the flipped concept, to practical ideas for using class time differently. What are teachers saying? As an English teacher, I have several teaching concepts going at once, so flipping works well for me.
I may have kids watch a lesson at home to learn about literary devices in a book we are reading in class. Then the next day, they can point them out to me as we read. The flipped classroom is about making sure that the "voice" most often heard in the classroom is that of the student, not the teacher. Aprendizaje Invertido -Scoop it. Flippeando. IPad = Flipped Classroom Made Easy. Yes, the Flipped Classroom (Video lessons watched before class time) is a fashionable topic but whilst there’s still chalk-and-talk together with standardised testing I feel I must continue to push it. And no, it’s not just chalk-and-talk in disguise. It creates a whole new learning environment for the student. I haven’t taught a whole class for 6 months! All my teaching is now one-to-one and not surprisingly, my grades are soaring. In the classroom I only teach individual students the specific points they highlight as unclear after watching the video lesson and I monitor progress on the projects they’ve designed to prove understanding of the content.
Flipping my classroom has changed my career. Flipped classroom ¿Cuáles son sus ventajas? ¿Cuál es su origen?¿Qué necesitamos para implementarlo? Como implementar la Clase Invertida. Cómo dar una clase al revés o flipped classroom en 5 sencillos pasos. FASES DEL PROCESO DE DISEÑO DE UNA CLASE INVERTIDA. Algunas ideas prácticas para desarrollar un proyecto FC. Cómo aplicar la pedagogía inversa o flipped classroom en diez pasos. M-learning: qué es, para qué sirve y qué usos tiene el en aula. M-learning. ¡Cuánto me apetecía abordar este término en Justifica tu respuesta! Uso de dispositivos móviles en la evaluación formativa a coste cero en el flipped learning forte. Socrative para profesores dummies.