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Flip Teaching & Project Based Learning A quick look at my research! What did I do? Philosophy Lessons are created and planned, but need your personal touch. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Flip Teaching


1
Flip Teaching Project Based Learning
  • A quick look at my research!

2
What did I do?
  • I investigated a two-fold teaching strategy
    called flip teaching
  • Flip teaching involves ensuring student access to
    lessons taught online at home via the Internet
    and project-based learning that is differentiated
    to meet the wide array of student learning styles

3
Philosophy
  • Lessons are created and planned, but need your
    personal touch.
  • In your classroom, you become the coach, tutor
    and expert that each student and group will come
    to for special help as they apply the lessons
    they have learned from you

4
WHY FLIP TEACHING PROJECT-BASED LEARNING?
  • Students are able to receive lessons at a time of
    their choice, when they are focused and ready,
    and where they can pause, rewind, and re-think
    any information that is provided in the
    presentation at their own pace
  • Classroom time is saved, creating room for
    in-depth project-based learning
  • Students choice projects for learning in-depth
    that (1) interest them (2) are based on
    individual learning styles (3) allow them to
    learn individually or in groups and (4) that
    frees up the teacher for focused tutoring time
    in class.

5
Students pick a project
Or in a group . . .
Whether working alone . . .
Students work according to their own learning
styles!
6
The Choice Board Students pick from the board
A Create a play, puppet show, or film B Write a story make it into a presentation C Complete book activities write a review
D Create an online movie critic show E Create a comic strip F Make, give express results of a survey
7
The schedule
  • Each day starts with a Review Opening Activity or
    quiz on vocabulary and structure
  • Each day then continues with student project work
  • Your role EXPERT relax, interact, teach,
    support, and enjoy the engagement of your class

8
Students have and follow their rubrics
9
The data. . .Students completed a survey about
their use of time on activities and homework.
10
Homework completion behavioral intervention
11
Student Quizzes Writing
12
Thanks for looking at my research.
13
Questions?
  • About the lessons?
  • About making your own presentations?
  • About using a wiki?
  • About projects?
  • About assessments projects, rubrics, tests . .
    .
  • QUEST-CE QUE VOUS EN PENSEZ?

Ellen Dill, professeur de français, AMS 2012
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