Flipped Classroom Podcast: How do I flip my classroom?
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Flipped Classroom Podcast: How do I flip my classroom?

the flipped classroom podcast how do I
flip my classroom presented by Jeffrey Anderson and Larry Hess of Ohio
University learning outcomes after watching this podcast you should
understand the three steps involved and flipping the classroom first to create
video lectures then to post those video lectures for students to view outside of
class and finally to change how class time is used the first step is to create
a video lecture capture is any technology that allows instructors to
record course activities and make them available digitally online there are a
number of options here including tegrity panoto Camtasia and many
others these lecture capture tools range from the simple to the complex the case
of using video to introduce students to concepts is well-founded we see here
information from the Pew Research Foundation that shows that the number of
adults who have watched an online educational video has risen from about
15 percent in 2007 to 50 percent in 2013 in part we have the Khan Academy to
thank for this founded by Salman Khan to teach his
nephews mathematic principles it is now grown to a library of more than 2,400
online videos which range from arithmetic to physics from finance to
history the second step is to share the video with students when students watch
instructor videos outside of class they have the freedom to engage with a video
content in the way that suits them best they can watch alone or with friends on
any device they choose from their iPhone to their home computer they can pause
rewind and read around the topic students didn’t come prepared to class
with knowledge questions and observations that will underpin the
learning in the next stage there are a number of ways to deploy online videos including posting them on learning
management systems like blackboard little angel or desire to learn the
third step is to spin class time differently in the flipped classroom
students lead discussions with students students can apply what they’ve learned
from the lectures that they viewed outside of class and they can work
together to solve problems create and collaborate if we look at Bloom’s
taxonomy we see part of the difference in the flipped approach in the
traditional model the remembering and understanding domains are reached when
the instructor introduces new material in class students are then responsible
for homework that addresses the levels of learning higher learning like applying analyzing evaluating and
creating the flip model reverses this new material is introduced outside of
class time and then students work collaboratively in class to apply to
analyze to evaluate and to create summary in this podcast we reviewed the
three steps involved in flipping the classroom first to create video lectures
second two post those video lectures online for students to view and third to change
how class time is used to address higher cognitive domains

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