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5 Flipped Classroom models I have used in my classes Inspiring a generation of explorers, creators and leaders

Teachers know that every classroom is different, with different levels of access to technology, levels of motivation on the part of the students, and technological know-how on the part of the instructors.

In this article I will show 5 flipped classroom models to explain how I have flipped my classes

THE STANDARD FLIPPED CLASSROOM

The standard flipped classroom

Students are assigned the “homework” of watching video lectures and reading any materials relevant to the next day’s class. During class time, students practice what they’ve learned through traditional schoolwork, with their teachers freed up for additional one-on-one time

Example of homework assignment

https://edpuzzle.com/media/5522620fdadc3940627b9ffe

THE DISCUSSION-ORIENTED FLIPPED CLASSROOM

The discussion-oriented flipped classroom

I assign lecture videos, as well as any other video or reading related to the day’s subject. Class time is then devoted to discussion and exploration of the subject.

Examples of discussion topics:https://www.thinglink.com/scene/575901725110566914

THE FAUX-FLIPPED CLASSROOM

The Faux - flipped classroom

Students watch lecture video in class, so they have the opportunity to review materials at their own pace, while I move from student to student to offer whatever individual support each learner needs.

I ask the students to split into small groups, view the video on their devices, then give them time to apply their new knowledge and work with other students. They will also be expected to show me what they learned and mastery of the skill.

Sometimes I show the lesson to the whole class at once, on the smartboard, then I give students time to interact.

THE GROUP-BASED FLIPPED CLASSROOM

The group-based flipped classroom

This model adds a new element to help students learn — each other. The class starts the same way others do, with lecture videos and other resources shared before class. The shift happens when students come to class, teaming up to work together on that day’s assignment. This format encourages students to learn from one another and helps students to not only learn the what the right answers are but also how to actually explain to a peer why those answers are right.

Example of learning object

https://www.thinglink.com/scene/561381612017680385

FLIPPING THE TEACHER

Flipping the teacher

Students create videos to better demonstrate proficiency: they practice and record role-play activities to show competency, or ask each to film themselves presenting a new subject or skill.

Examples

https://vimeo.com/245928005

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=Idajizihoaw&feature=youtu.be

https://drive.google.com/open?id=11Z2imiSp6DjjwdfZ4bluzTV6c3J02I8E

https://vimeo.com/245066861

REFERENCE

https://www.panopto.com/blog/7-unique-flipped-classroom-models-right/

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Tiziana Saponaro
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