EXPLORING THE FLIPPED CLASSROOM USING SAFARI Montage
FLIPPED CLASSROOM: Is the process of transferring the ownership of learning from the teacher to the student. Traditional, lecture-driven instruction is delivered through video and completed outside of the classroom. Face-to-face class time is replaced with hands-on, authentic learning tasks that are delivered through inquiry-based, constructivist, and/or Socratic pedagogies.
Key Concept: Direct instruction is moved outside of class time while inquiry based and constructivist pedagogy is used during class time.
Source: Modern Teacher Press
SAFARI MONTAGE: MAKING FLIPPED INSTRUCTION EASY
- Create standards based Playlists using various media types
- Use the web cam feature on the SM Media player to record a lesson and then upload it using CreationStation to be included in your playlist.
- Personalize your Playlist with your own instructions and directions using recorded web cam and upload documents using CreationStation to be included in your lesson.
- Provide standards, lesson objectives, specific tasks and quizzes using the Description, Quiz, and Comment features when creating a Playlist.
TASK: CREATE A LESSON THAT WILL BE VIEWED AT HOME & REVIEWED IN CLASS
Create a Playlist that has content and web links that a student will interact with at home. You will need to use CreationStation. Include web links and at least one quiz to assess for understanding.
For tips and hints go to – SAFARI Montage: Tools for Building Blended Lessons and Flipped Classroom Lessons AND Explore Online Tools.