Unit 3: How effective is a flipped classroom approach for your students?

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Overview:

In this lesson, you will use what you have learned throughout this course to implement 3 flipped classroom techniques into your own classroom. After implementing these techniques, you will analyze the effectiveness of these techniques compared to your traditional methods. You will be analyzing your students engagement, motivation, and growth.

Objectives:

  • Learners will be able to implement 3 flipped classroom techniques into their own classroom.
  • Given a survey, learners will analyze their students engagement, motivation, and growth before and after implementing Flipped classroom techniques.
  • Given a discussion board, learners will analyze their student’s cognitive, affective, and psychomotor skills before and after implementing a Flipped classroom approach.


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Notes


Now that we have learned about Flipped math classrooms and analyzed a few flipped math classrooms, it is your turn to try out some flipped math classroom strategies. Follow the steps below:


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Fill out the survey below about your students prior to implementing the flipped classroom strategies. Save the survey to your computer or print it out for later reference.

Survey

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Implement 3 flipped classroom strategies. For example, make an instructional video and assign students to watch it at home, create a lesson plan in which students complete an activity during class time, and have students complete a mastery check.

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Fill out the survey below again about your students after implementing the flipped classroom strategies. Save the survey to your computer or print it out for later reference.

Survey

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Write a reflection piece and submit it to the course discussion page (at the top of lesson 3). Your reflection should include:


  • The 3 strategies you implemented and why
  • Your results from the survey prior to and after implementing the strategies.
  • Your opinion about what worked and what didn't work.
  • What you will do differently next time you implement flipped classroom strategies.


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