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<p>Flip with Google</p> <p>Flip with GooglePresented by Diana Benner</p> <p>Director of Professional Development972-275-9251dbenner@tcea.org@dibenDiana Benner</p> <p>TWEET It!Facilitator Information</p> <p>Does this resemble some of our classrooms today?</p> <p>3</p> <p>Flipping Helps Break The Habit of Lecturehttp://youtu.be/uhiCFdWeQfA </p> <p>4ObjectivesIdentify what it means to flip your classroom</p> <p>Examine some Google tools for flipping your classroom</p> <p>Discover ways in which these tools can be used in the classroom </p> <p>Session Resourceshttp://goo.gl/gZK1tD </p> <p>Todays MeetGo to Todays Meethttp://todaysmeet.com/gflip </p> <p>Introduce Yourself(Name, Position, District, Grade Level)</p> <p>Do you currently use Google to Flip your Classroom?</p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD The Flipped Classroom Model</p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD What is a flipped classroom?At School:Introduce lessonProvide direct/indirect instructionWhole group activityCheck for understanding</p> <p>At Home:Work independentlyComplete assignment</p> <p>At School:Turn in workTeacher grades workFeedback provided when work is returned to studentTraditional ClassroomAt Home:Introduce lessonProvide direct/indirect instructionDifferentiateCheck for understandingProvide assignment/rubric</p> <p>At School:Work as groups and/or independentlyTeacher monitors and provides feedbackComplete assignmentStudent grades with rubric prior to teacher grading with rubricFlipped Classroomhttp://goo.gl/gZK1tD 9</p> <p>Flipped Learninghttp://youtu.be/4a7NbUIr_iQ </p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 10</p> <p>11</p> <p>12Process1Survey students &amp; parents to find out what Internet access they have outside school. How will you provide for students who dont have access?</p> <p>3Create support structures.Video lectures are fine but use more than just that. Scaffold students so they learn how to find info and resources.</p> <p>4Run through demo IN CLASS. Make sure everyone understands the model and what is expected.</p> <p>5Have virtual office hours for students needing help. Share this with the students AND parents.</p> <p>6Provide classroom activities that reinforce what they learned. Activities should be engaging and cause them to problem solve and apply new knowledge.</p> <p>7Survey students on the support, classroom activities, and experience. Make it anonymous. Ask them to be brutally honest.</p> <p>2Select your lesson to flip. Be sure it is concrete &amp; definable. Avoid abstract or conceptual skills.</p> <p>NOTE: The quality of your flipped classroom will be determined by how well you design and implement this model with your students.http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 13The Netflix Generation</p> <p>http://goo.gl/0duZXP http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 14Benefits of FlippingStudents can learn at their own paceStudents have the opportunity to review the materialStudents are engaged and can take ownership of their learningStudentTeacher spends more time supporting students with practiceTeachers focus on being a Guide by the SideTeachers are involved with student learning rather than lectureTeacher</p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 15</p> <p>Google FormsYou TubeChrome Apps &amp; ExtensionsGoogle Drive AppsGoogle SitesGoogle HangoutsGoogle Classroom</p> <p>Google Toolshttp://goo.gl/gZK1tD 16Lets Talk About It</p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD Tic-Tac-Toe Challengehttp://goo.gl/SrcWfP </p> <p>18What are some of your favorite ways to use Google Tools to use with students?</p> <p>Share on Todays Meethttp://todaysmeet.com/gflip </p> <p>19Now What?Share:Twitter - @diben or @tcea #tcea2015Todays Meet http://todaysmeet.com/gflip </p> <p>What will you take back to your campus/district after this session and how will it be used?</p> <p>The Flipped Classroom is for Everyone!http://youtu.be/FAWidtL7pKE http://goo.gl/gZK1tD </p> <p>21Are you ready to</p> <p>22</p> <p>Questions?http://goo.gl/gZK1tD Questions?23The Learning Goes On</p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD </p> <p>Your TCEA Social CommunityGain insights, solve problems, and share resources</p> <p>Join the All Things Google GroupLunch &amp; Learn WebinarsUpcoming Webinars:</p> <p>February 11th Tips for Starting a Makerspace at your School</p> <p>February 18th Accessibility Features of the iPad</p> <p>February 25th Rubric Resources</p> <p>March 4th Free Fonts, Music, Images, and Graphics for your Classroom</p> <p>http://goo.gl/m10Kg0http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 26Get Your GOOGLE On WebinarsUpcoming Webinars:</p> <p>February 12th Google Tools A-Z</p> <p>March 5th Gmail Tips, Tricks, and Labs</p> <p>April 2nd Accessibility Features of Googlehttp://goo.gl/9zQC4a </p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 27http://goo.gl/NKXLw </p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD 28Member EngagementAs an attendee to the TCEA conference, you are now a TCEA member. Below are several ways to participate and find additional resources for learning and sharing:</p> <p>http://www.tcea.org/learn http://twitter.com/tcea TCEA Social Communityhttp://www.facebook.com/tcea.org </p> <p>http://goo.gl/gZK1tD Diana Benner, M.Ed.Director of Professional DevelopmentEmail: dbenner@tcea.orgThank You for Attendinghttp://goo.gl/gZK1tD </p> <p>follow me on twitter@diben30</p>