Flipped Classroom Design

Project-based Learning in the Flipped Classroom
Online Course 2 graduate credits
Instructor: Dr. Kay Lehmann
Tuition and Registration
EDUC 651 900 November 3 - December 12, 2014

Who should enroll?

The flipped/blended model supports any subject and learner.

Technology Skills Needed
A basic understanding of how to search online for instructional videos or other media and/or how to create and upload a video file

Description

Explore instructional strategies for implementing the flipped/blended approach to support a learner-centered, project-based approach to learning to liberate your face-to-face time in training or in the classroom. Implications for management, effective assessment, problem-solving and collaboration to improve learner motivation and engagement. Put the flipped model into context with brain-based learning research.

This course is an approved elective in the Master of Science in Education online degree program. NOTE: You may enroll in this course to meet your goals for professional development, license renewal, or to complete graduate credits and transfer the credit to another university.

e-Textbook

A free e-textbook will be provided when you login to the course. You may open the e-book to read online from your laptop or desktop. The e-textbook software is compatible with an iPad, Kindle Fire or fully internet-capable device. It is not compatible with a Kindle Reader.

Bergmann, J. and Sams, A. (2012). Flip your classroom: Reach every student in every class every day. Eugene, OR. International Society for Technology in Education. ISBN: 978-1564843159.

If you prefer to read a hard copy of the textbook, instead of reading via your computer or tablet, you may purchase the book from from amazon.com, ISTE, or ASCD.

Learning Outcomes

Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to:

  1. Critically analyze and reflect on benefits and drawbacks of the flipped approach based on curricular need.

  2. Collaborate with others using online tools and demonstrate how to locate or create video  and other teaching materials for home use by learners for a specific instructional need.

  3. Create project-based learning units and assessment action plans and field test the flipped approach and demonstrate ability to determine a curricular/training fit in instructional decision making.

  4. Design cooperative learning and peer tutoring activities using the flipped approach and utilize self and group assessment rubrics to assess group work and team activities.

  5. Critique scenarios and analyze best practices for effective management to minimize disruptive behavior and increase engaged learning.

  6. Interpret assessment results of field tests and assess the effectiveness in supporting identified learner outcomes.

Alignment with Standards

Course objectives are aligned with the following:
Wisconsin Standards for Teacher Development and Licensure (WI DPI) 4, 6, 7, 9, 10
National Board for Professional Teaching Standards 3

No travel to campus is required. Because this class is asynchronous and open to you 24/7, you may participate from your home or work computer during hours that are best for your work and family schedule.

The class is highly interactive with a significant discussion component. All discussion postings, projects and assignments will be submitted via the course discussion board and dropbox. Activities are conducted according to a schedule with specific due dates each week.

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Our Students Say...

"You have opened my eyes to a whole new way to run my classroom, a better way for the students to learn."
~ Denise Tufts, Certified Nursing Assistant instructor HS, Greene, Maine


"Defining the flipped classroom model as 'student background built outside the classroom so in class time can be productively and imaginatively used for hands on learning of the concepts' was eye opening to me! I needn't limit myself to students watching videos at home and working in small groups in class. Instead, I can assist students in uncovering the concepts outside the classroom and use them in various classroom activities.The variety of possible activities is limitless."
~ Jennifer Belanger, Math Teacher, Douglas, Massachusetts


"This class was a great learning experience for me.  I feel using these new ideas and processes will make my classroom a better experience for my students and make me a better instructor.

I also shared everything I gained in the course with my small working group.

All in all I feel I learned everything I expected and more. . . what a great feeling of accomplishment.
~ Elise Fisher, Director of Campus Instructional Technology, Liberty, Missouri

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