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Professional Development [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 18
 

10:45am CDT

19-Research-Based Flipped Learning Model Techniques
Several flipped model lecture techniques are examined through quasi-experimental methods in an undergraduate economics course (Spring 2013) to ascertain the impact on learning outcomes. This presentation will discuss preliminary results of: chunking pre-made videos, temporal placement of online assessments, lecture capture videos, in-class feedback/activity modules, and the full flipping model. Data will include statistical comparisons of assessments to show any discovered impact on immediate and long-term learning outcomes, and tracking statistics from Blackboard regarding usage patterns of the online videos. The presenter(s) will discuss experimental techniques and statistical methods employed and the overall impact of the experiments according to the professor. Practical implications of this research and suggestions for further research will be presented.

Speakers
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David Harrison

Instructional Designer
I’ve been working as an instructional designer and educational technologist for several years in public and private higher education and hold certifications in online learning and course design. A doctoral student in Instructional Design and Technology, I specialize in online and... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am CDT
Higher Education-D204 D204

2:30pm CDT

55-Flipping the Teacher Education Classroom

This session presents results from the implementation of flipped learning in a linguistics course for pre-service teacher candidates. Both quantitative and qualitative data show that flipped learning resulted in increased comprehension, increased interaction, and increased critical thinking skills. The components of this flipped course included: interactive video, student research, class collaboration, and final video/Glogster project, with visuals showing examples for each component. This implementation of the flip resulted in a constructivist learning experience with students being active participants instead of passive recipients of learning. The presenter provides data from blogs, questionnaires, interviews, and exams from two semesters. Participants will learn how to create an effective, user-friendly and cognitively demanding flipped classroom for a college level course.


Speakers
avatar for Helaine W. Marshall

Helaine W. Marshall

Professor of Education and Director of Language Education Programs, Long Island University - Hudson
Helaine W. Marshall, professor of education and director of language education programs at Long Island University-Hudson, has over 40 years of experience in TESOL. Her work focuses on culturally responsive approaches for students new to formal educational contexts and the hidden agenda... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Higher Education-D204 D204

2:30pm CDT

63-GEORGE of the 'FLIPPED' Jungle

A Flipped Classroom is a powerful tool for improving learning and a major paradigm shift for teachers, students, and parents. While exploring the beauty of this learning jungle, many Allen High School teachers faced challenges and struggles and are working to turn them into successes. During our expedition we will shed some light on the dark corners of video assessment, student engagement and accountability, teacher transitions, and parent communication. Video concerns include whether and how to assess learning expectations. Parents need complete information on this teaching change, as well as re-education regarding the meaning of the word “teach”. A main pitfall for the teacher is a tendency to “re-lecture” and “re-teach” video content. This dishonors the work of those who watched the videos and cripples the flipped method because there is less time available for mentored/guided practice. Finally, we will explore approaches for corralling the creative chaos of the classroom.


Speakers
avatar for Kathryn Lanier

Kathryn Lanier

Teacher, Allen ISD
Katie Lanier & Dena Leggett - This is Katie’s second year of flipping on grade level physics. She has taught various levels of physics for nine years. She also taught two years of elementary math and science. Dena was the pioneer “flipper” at Allen, casting vision during professional... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am CDT

65-Flipped: Engaging Students

Interaction in flipped classrooms must be meaningful, purposeful, and vibrant. This session on engagement and interaction covers three elements vital to creating engaging and interactive online courses: sample rubrics defining expectations, immediate and personal feedback comments, and lively discussion questions. Templates, rubrics, and samples are offered for participants to personalize in their own courses. Participants will be actively involved in learning and have opportunities to practice the tools, techniques, and strategies presented. Opportunities for questions and exchanges of information, best practices, and tools will be integrated into the session. Participants leave with their own “best practices” toolbox.

At the end of this session, participants will
• Demonstrate the ability to engage learners in the online environment
• Make use of effective online questioning techniques
• Formulate quality feedback to learners
• Create a positive presence in the online course
• Design online relationships between and with learners


Speakers
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Susan Engel

English Instructor, St. Cloud Technical & Community College
Susan Engel teaches English in the flipped classroom with St. Cloud Technical & Community College in Minnesota. She has Master's Degrees in English and Human Resource Development. She is co-author of "Engagement and Interaction," an interactive module within a MnSCU training course... Read More →
avatar for Susan Schlicht

Susan Schlicht

Psychology Instructor, St. Cloud Technical & Community College
Susan Schlicht teaches Psychology courses at St. Cloud Technical & Community College. She has a Master's Degree in Special Education and Doctorate Degree in Educational Policy and Leadership. She is co-author of "Engagement and Interaction," an interactive module within a MnSCU training... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am CDT
New to Flipped Learning-C207-217 C207-217

2:30pm CDT

F7-No Flipping Homework

My presentation will be fun and interactive. I will take a light-hearted approach to this touchy topic. We will look at the research that shows both the pros and cons of homework. We will discuss and give examples of practical ways homework can be eliminated or reduced from any classroom at any level.


Moderators
avatar for Brian Bennett

Brian Bennett

Academic Solutions Engineer, TechSmith
I'm a former teacher (and still a teacher at heart) now working with TechSmith to help teachers become successful with digital content in their class.

Speakers
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Brett Clark

I am the Director of Technology for Great Clark Schools in Southeast Indiana. Before that I worked in Evansville as a math teacher and eLearning coach. I flipped my math class my last semester in the classroom and have flipped professional development the last two years.


Wednesday June 19, 2013 2:30pm - 3:30pm CDT
Featured Speaker Sessions D205 D205