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Flipping-the-Classroom-in-an-Online-MATESOL-Course

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Christine Bauer-Ramazani

Saint Michael's College, Colchester, Vermont

 

URL for this presentation

  http://bit.ly/1gwLANI 

TESOL 2014

CALL Interest Section

invited session

Hot Topic: Enhancing Education through Technology

Flipping the Classroom in Multiple Contexts
(To listen to the recording, click here)
 

Flipping the Classroom in an Online MATESOL Course? 

Saturday, March 29, 1:00-2:45
Portland Convention Center,Room 257

 

Audience survey:  
  • Do any of you teach online/distance courses, e.g. in a graduate program? Have you tried different ways of teaching the content in your online courses?

Abstract:

This session looks at the “flipped classroom”, which is a form of blended learning that uses technology to leverage learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time implementing higher learning skills. Presenters will discuss how to use technology to flip the classroom in a higher education/IEP context, as well as in an online, teacher training context. Presenters will also look at the potential of mobile device based projects to support flipped classrooms.

Christine's part:

How can content be delivered in a flipped classroom model in an online course? This is the question that Christine addressed when her previous face-to-face teacher training course on Curriculum & Syllabus Design went online (distance). In the presentation Christine will discuss her rationale for using  the model, the design, several How-To’s, advantages, and challenges for using a flipped classroom model in an online course. 

For session content, see

Hot Topic: Enhancing Education through Technology

Flipping the Classroom in Multiple Contexts

Slide show

 

References

1. Raths, David (2014, Jan. 15). How to make the most of the flipped classroom. Campus Technology.

2. Raths, David (2014, Jan. 22). Assessing the flipped classroom’s impact on learning. Campus Technology.

3. Schaffhauser, Dian (2013, Nov. 13). Beyond the basics of the flipped classroom.T.H.E. Journal.

4. Flipping your classroom. (2013, Aug.). 21 Things 4 the 21st Century

5. Bolkan, J. (2013, Nov. 19). Report: Half of university faculty have flipped their classroom or will in the next year. Campus Technology.

6. Hamdan, N., & McKnight, P., McKnight, K., & Arfstrom, K. (2013). A review of flipped learning. Flipped Learning Network.

7. Herreid, C., & Schiller, N. (2013, May). Case studies and the flipped classroom. Journal of College Science Teaching42(5), 62-67.

8. Marshall, Helaine (2013. The Flipped Learning Approach in Adult ESL Classrooms.

9. Bergman, J., & Sams, A. (2012, April  27). Flipping the classroom. Excerpt from the book Flip your classroom (2012). International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) and ASCD. Tech&Learning.

10. 7 things you should know about ...flipped classrooms. (2012, Feb.). Educause

11. Nielsen, L. (2012, Dec. 11). Why the flip’s  a flop. The Innovative Educator.

12. Musallam, Ramsey (2011, Oct. 26). Should you flip your classroom? Edutopia

13. de Haan, Jac (2011, Oct. 7). Creating interactive online video using YouTube. Technology with Intention 

 

 

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