Flipped Learning Module – Diplomado en Innovación Educativa

Picture of students and a quote from Robert Talbert from the Ask the FLN Podcast episode 7 "I think that we as teachers ought to be completely open and sort of fearless about displaying our warts, our flaws and our failed attempts because like I said to my students, this is how we get better."

Notes and Links

Notes from our sessions Friday and Saturday.

Presentation deck, also used for a session on Thursday at our campus in Monterrey

Contacts for Ken

Flipped Training

More information about training from the FLN and our partner FLGlobal at https://flippedlearning.org/training/

Blog Posts Shared

Giving Students an Authentic Voice

Joe Bower’s blog “For The Love of Learning”: http://joe-bower.blogspot.mx/

Teaching Evaluation Comments: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Robert Talbert defines Flipped Learning in this post.

Definition of Flipped Learning

Crystal Kirch has a blog at http://flippingwithkirch.blogspot.mx/

Videos Shared

 

Student Views

Thanks

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Feature Image Credit

Picture of students and a quote from Robert Talbert from the Ask the FLN Podcast episode 7 "I think that we as teachers ought to be completely open and sort of fearless about displaying our warts, our flaws and our failed attempts because like I said to my students, this is how we get better."
Quote from Robert during the podcast:
“I think that we as teachers ought to be completely open and sort of fearless about displaying our warts, our flaws and our failed attempts because like I said to my students, this is how we get better.”
Used in podcast at podcasts.flippedlearning.org/askthefln/podcast/episode-00…
Modified from Michael’s photo at www.flickr.com/photos/mikecogh/6951916989/

Ken’s Take Ask the FLN Episode 007 flickr photo by kenbauer shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC-SA) license

Curso Aprendizaje Invertido

Notas y ligas para el curso en el Instituto Tecnológico José Mario Molina Pasquel y Henriquez.

Presentación de la mañana día 1

Ligas Mencionadas

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Leap of Faith

Leap of Faith flickr photo by eatbitter shared under a Creative Commons (BY-NC) license

Teamwork

This is part of my work in a team working on our TC1014 Fundamentals of Programming course at the Tecnológico de Monterrey and submitted as the stage 2 document.

Principle Characteristics

Implementing CBP moves the focus from learning of concepts to developing skills through practice. Ideally each competency is small enough to give opportunity to display mastery of each separately before moving on to the next competency. Individualized learning through order of completion as well as method of demonstrating mastery are key components for our implementation.

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My Planning Process

This picture has nothing to do with planning, I just love the bunny. Original @ Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/xwd/3551390013/

Constant Iteration

My method of planning is very much based off a constant iteration process. I’ve been teaching delivering classes for 20 years now in mostly the same location so I have the luxury of those experiences (and contact with colleagues) to pull from.

So I iterate each semester. I use what worked the past semester and throw out (or re-tool) what did not. Each end of semester whether summer or Christmas is a reflecting time for me.

Pick One (or two) Changes

This picture has nothing to do with planning, I just love the bunny. Original @ Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/xwd/3551390013/
This picture has nothing to do with planning, I just love the bunny. Original @ Flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/xwd/3551390013/

I often make a large change each year and sometimes even each semester. Last January I switched to full-on flipped master (see post here),  and this year I made a massive switch to fully open content in the style of a #connectedCourse (see blog post here).

Learn from Others

I am the teacher #facilitatorOfLearningExperiences that I am from working and talking with so many colleagues in my institution as well as the large internet (thank you Twitter). The time I spend on networking with other teachers is more important than time spent looking for yet-another-assignment.

Find people that interest you or that will at least listen and answer your questions on teaching. Don’t be shy, get out there and blog/tweet/network.

How do you Plan?

Your turn, what is your planning process?

FlipCon15 – Sharing, Caring and Mastery

Creating a Culture of Sharing, Caring and Mastery

Abstract

My goal as a facilitator of educational experiences is focused on creating a sharing culture where students not only take responsibility for their own educational pace but also contribute to the learning of their peers. The first half of this session is sharing the technology and techniques I use to foster this environment inside and outside of my classroom.P1170047

I view my main task as getting my students excited about learning computing science to increase their chances of a successful student and professional life. I still need to create formative and summative assessments to ensure they are prepared for the courses that follow. I use common tools as well as my own custom testing platform for in my courses. In the second half of this session, I will share those tools and experiences with the audience. The tools I use could be easily adapted to all levels and topics.

Videos

Please watch the videos and include in the survey (see below) form your comments or questions about my students’ experiences with a Flipped Mastery classroom.

Survey

Please fill out the survey if you plan to attend (or even if you don’t) my session at FlipCon15.

 

Learning

Haiku Road - Learning

Some words on learning

Formative assess
Teaching through discovery
Passion for learning

– Ken Bauer

Haiku Road - Learning

Mastery

Mastery

Flipped Mastery Classes

I’m finishing up my 4th semester of applying a flipped classroom and with some encouragement from my peers I decided to “take it to the next level” this semester. Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams call this the Flipped Mastery Method.

This semester my classes have a list of topics that each student needs to demonstrate their mastery in. The format for showing their mastery is completely open and graded on an OSU (Outstanding, Satisfactory, Unsatisfactory) scale.

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