Flipped Instruction


Session Description

Flipped learning allows for students to engage with content outside of the classroom. Whether it's done before hand to introduce a concept, or afterward to help students review, flipped lessons allow for increased personalized learning. This session will share strategies and tools that support flipper learning, using instructional videos to engage learners.

Learner Outcomes

By the end of the sessions participants will know / be able to:
  1. Identify the benefits to flipped learning.
  2. Create a flipped lesson that can be used in the classroom.

Activity 1:

You will use padlet to respond to the following prompts: Identify a frustration you have in your teaching or with your students’ learning (yellow stickie, picture, or video) and If I could fix one thing in my classes, it would be… (green stickie, picture or video). Click HERE to access the padlet. As a whole group, we will discuss the responses.

Activity 2:

The room is divided into four separate stations that are numbered 1, 2, 3, and 4. Each station has different activities and information about flipped learning. Your group is responsible for your assigned station only. You must become the expert of your station and information. Both the directions for the stations and the materials needed for each station are found HERE. As a group, you will have 10 minutes to complete the activities associated with your station. After 10 minutes, using the jigsaw approach, you will present your material to the rest of the class.

Activity 3: 

Using A Flipped Classroom in 7 Easy Steps graphic organizer (slide 17 of the presentation), you will now create a flipped lesson that can be used in your subject area.

Activity 4: 

As an exit ticket, you will go to http://quizizz.com/join/ and complete the review quizizz.

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