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    FLIPPING THECLASSROOM WITHEDTECH TOOLSLearning Through Experience and Collaboration

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | Kaye Leah C. Sitchon 

  • “If we teach today’s students aswe taught yesterday’s, we rob

    them of tomorrow.”JOHN DEWEY

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

  • https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/03/21st-century-skills-future-jobs-students/

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  • "By 2022, Gartner believes that 70% of teams will be relying on workstreamcollaboration technology to complete their daily work.

    - Rebekah Carter, Unified Communications -

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

    https://www.uctoday.com/collaboration/team-collaboration/team-collaboration-101/

    https://www.uctoday.com/collaboration/team-collaboration/team-collaboration-101/https://www.uctoday.com/collaboration/team-collaboration/team-collaboration-101/

  • EXPERIENCE

    “Learning is the process whereby knowledge is createdthrough the transformation of experience”

    ( Kolb, 1984, p. 38). eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

    https://www.simplypsychology.org/learning-kolb.html#:~:text=Kolb's%20experiential%20learning%20theory%20works,the%20learner's%20internal%20cognitive%20processes.&text=%E2%80%9CLearning%20is%20the%20process%20whereby,(Kolb%2C%201984%2C%20p.

  • FLIPPED LEARNINGA blended learning approach where face-to-face interactionis mixed with independent study–usually via technology. In a common Flipped Classroom scenario, students mightwatch pre-recorded videos at home, then come to school todo the homework armed with questions and at least somebackground knowledge.

    Teach Thought

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  • WHATDOES

    FLIPPEDLEARNING

    LOOKLIKE?

    students gain first exposure tonew material outside of class viareading or lecture videosuse class time to do the harderwork of assimilating thatknowledge, perhaps throughproblem-solving, discussion, ordebates.

    “Flipping the classroom” means:

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  • WHATDOES

    FLIPPEDLEARNING

    LOOKLIKE?

    In terms of Bloom’s revisedtaxonomy (2001), this means thatstudents are doing the lower levelsof cognitive work (gaining knowledgeand comprehension) outside of class,and focusing on the higher forms ofcognitive work (application, analysis,synthesis, and/or evaluation) in class,where they have the support of theirpeers and instructor.

    Cynthia J. Brame, Assistant Director

    Center For TeachingVanderbilt University

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  • SYNCHRONOUS &ASYNCHRONOUS

    LEARNING

    ASYNCHRONOUS E-LEARNING:

    commonly facilitated by media such as e-mail

    and discussion boards, supports work relations

    among learners and with teachers, even when

    participants cannot be online at the same time.

    It is thus a key component of flexible e-learning

    SYNCHRONOUS E-LEARNING:

    commonly supported by media

    such as videoconferencing and

    chat, has the potential to support

    e-learners in the development of

    learning communities.

    Synchronous learning is online or

    distance education that happens

    in real time, whereas

    asynchronous learning occurs

    through online channels without

    real-time interaction.

    STEFAN HRASTINSKI

    https://er.educause.edu/articles/2008/11/asynchronous-and-synchronous-elearning

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  • OUTSIDE OF CLASS:1.Identify student learning

    outcomes

    2. Select Content

    3. Select Delivery Method

    4. Create or Find Content

    - Understand the basic elements of feature writing - The Elements of Feature Writing - Youtube Video and Online Articles (given via Edmodo) - Tools 5: Writing Features - Oxford University Press- Sample Feature Article: Mario’s in Baguio City:Experiencing the Timeless Heritage of Family RecipesServed The Mario’s Way- Sample Feature Story in Video: Erwan Heussaf's "81Provinces: Nueva Ecija"

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    http://lib.oup.com.au/he/media_journalism/bainbridge2e/bainbridge1e_tools05.pdfhttps://pilipinaspopcorn.com/marios-restaurant-baguio-city-menu-buffet/https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hULzK84_ukk

  • IN CLASS:5. Identify Student Learning

    Outcomes

    6. Select Assessment

    7. Select Activity

    8. Coach Students

    - Demonstrate the skills required to conceive of, research,write, and edit their own feature article. - Short Answer Forum via Padlet (Other Options: Kahoot, Edmodo, Google Forms) - In groups of 5, create a food vlog about 5 best sellingdishes in a local restaurant. Each member of the groupshould write a feature on one of the five dishes. Thesearticles will be presented in the form of a vlog. Write thedraft via Google Docs and then publish the vlog via yourgroup's Youtube Channel. -As students collaborate and write their first draft in class,the teacher goes around, checks on their progress andgives feedback. - Additional Resources will be given before the class endsfor continuous learning

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  • Provide an opportunity for students to gain

    first exposure prior to class.

    Provide an incentive for students to prepare

    for class.

    Provide a mechanism to assess student

    understanding.

    Provide in-class activities that focus on

    higher level cognitive activities.

    KEY ELEMENTS OF THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM

    Cynthia J. Brame, CFT Assistant Directorhttps://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/flipping-the-classroom/

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

    https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/flipping-the-classroom/https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/flipping-the-classroom/https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/flipping-the-classroom/

  • a field of study that investigates the process of

    analyzing, designing, developing, implementing, and

    evaluating the instructional environment and learning

    materials in order to improve teaching and learning.- Educational Technology Consulting Services -

    EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY:

    FLIPPED LEARNING AND EDTECHTOOLS: WHAT TO KNOW

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    https://educationaltechnology.net/educational-technology-an-overview/

    https://educationaltechnology.net/educational-technology-an-overview/

  • The Purpose:Improve EducationDefine the learning goals and needs first

    and then use all knowledge, including

    technology, to design the most effective

    learning environment for students.

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  • T H E A S E A N P O S T :

    Edtech can h elp f i l l the gaps to accessible learning as wel l as meet the United Nations’

    Sustainable Development Goal 4 , which is to ensure inclusive and equita ble qual ity

    education and promot e l i fe long learning opportunit ies for a l l by 2030 .

    With a l l the recent advances made in technology, i t is only natural that they are fu l ly

    ut i l ized to p lug t he holes in Southeast Asia ’s education systems and en sur e education

    for a l l .

    https://theaseanpost.com/article/using-technology-better-education

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    https://theaseanpost.com/article/using-technology-better-education

  • WHAT EDTECH TOOLS DO I NEED?

    CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT (LMS)

    INSTRUCTION AND PRODUCTIVITY

    FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT

    COLLABORATION AND FEEDBACK

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  • CLASSROOMMANAGEMENT (LMS)

    Student and Teacher Collaboration

    Quizzes and Tests

    Data and Reports

    Mobile Access

    Important Factors in Choosing an LMS

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

    http://www.guide2research.com/news-events/list-of-learning-management-systems-for-schools-and-universities

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  • CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT

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  • PRODUCTIVITY & INSTRUCTION

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

  • FORMATIVE ASSESSMENT

    eLearnit 2020 Virtual Conference | K.Sitchon

  • COLLABORATION & FEEDBACK

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  • "Teaching is a creative profession,

    not a delivery system.

    Great teachers do pass on information,

    but what great teachers also do is

    mentor, stimulate, provoke, engage."

    KEN ROBINSON

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    :Brame, C. (2020, January 31). Flipping the Classroom. Retrieved June 2, 2020,

    from https://cft.vanderbilt.edu/guides-sub-pages/flipping-the-classroom/

    Carter, R. (2020, May 27). Team Collaboration 101. Retrieved June 3, 2020,

    from https://www.uctoday.com/collaboration/team-collaboration/team-

    collaboration-101/

    Hrastinski, S. (2008, November 17). Asynchronous and Synchronous E-Learning.

    Retrieved June 3, 2020, from

    https://er.educause.edu/articles/2008/11/asynchronous-and-synchronous-

    elearning

    Kurt, S. (2015, November 18). Educational Technology: An Overview. Retrieved

    May 31, 2020, from https://educationaltechnology.net/educational-

    technology-an-overview/

    Mcleod, S. (2017). Kolb's Learning Styles and Experiential Learning Cycle.

    Retrieved June 3, 2020, from https://www.simplypsychology.org/learning-

    kolb.html#:~:text=Kolb's experiential learning theory works,the learner's internal

    cognitive processes.&text=“Learning is the process whereby,(Kolb, 1984, p

    Soffel, J. (2016, March 10). What are the 21st-century skills every student needs?

    Retrieved June 2, 2020, from

    https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2016/03/21st-century-skills-future-jobs-

    students/

    Thomas, J. (2016, December 29). Using technology for better education.

    Retrieved May 31, 2020, from https://theaseanpost.com/article/using-

    technology-better-education

  • THANK YOU!

    klcsitchon@slu.edu.ph

    Kape Ka-Ye@kaye__leah

    Kape Ka-Ye@kakay_leeh

    Kape Ka-Ye@kayeleah

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