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The Flipped ClassroomA Blended LearningModel Diffusion and Integration of   Educational Technology       by Marie Anglin
Need                          Research          Flipped ClassroomDevelopment                   Commercialization
Need       Existing Problemhigh school drop outsstudents lack necessary skillsstudents lack college and career readines...
Need             Lets all make AYP!  1) Participation of students during testing  2) Academic performance  3) Attendance (...
Need      Reduce the number of   "needs improvement" schools.Using the flipped classroom modelcan decrease the number of l...
Need Focus on individual student needs Students work cooperatively with peers Promote in-depth knowledge of concepts
Need"There is a profound gap between the knowledgeand skills most students learn in school and theknowledge and skills the...
Na             tio                     U.                        S.                  Research                             ...
Research       Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams          Woodland Park High School in 2004          students missing sch...
Development           Intentions and Problems        screencasting technology        high school students        conten...
CommercializationPatnership for 21st Cenury Skills      marketing and distribution      Common Core Standards      inco...
CommercializationFlip Your Classroom  by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron SamsTechnology conferenceshttps://www.iste.org/ an...
Innovation-Decision Process         Timeline   Knowledge Phase          2012 - 2013   Persuasion Phase         2013 - 2014...
S-Curve of                   Diffusion Process                                                                   late majo...
Knowledge Phase 2012-2013     Exposure to Flipped Classrooms leadership team bi-monthly information sessions view and d...
Persuasion Phase 2013-2014            How We Know It Works67 elementary schools    one school from each area    serve as...
Persuasion Phase 2013-2014          How We Know It WorksSchools selected as a model would welcome otherteachers within the...
Decision Phase 2014                Now is the TimeThe Accountability Office and testingcoordinators will release a schdule...
Implementation Phase 2015                 Getting Started Model schools will fully implement with grades 3-5 Grades k-2 ...
Implementation Phase 2015The Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965requires the district to arrange for supplementaleducatio...
Implementation Phase 2015Technology labs will be made available for student use      before the official academic start t...
Confirmation Phase 2017     Using Data as Proof Revisit previous data collection points Compare to data from 2015 Succe...
Attributes of the Flipped Classroom
Attributes and Their Rate of Adoption       Relative Advantage       Compatibility       Trialability
Attributes and Their          Rate of Adoption          Relative Advantage"the degree to which an innovation isperceived ...
Attributes and Their           Rate of Adoption           Compatability"the degree to which an innovation isperceived as ...
Attributes and Their             Rate of Adoption                       Trialability"the degree to which an innovation ma...
Meeting the Critical Mass    Relative            Compatability            Trialability   Advantage                        ...
Change Agents Develop a need for change Establish an information exchange relationship Diagnose problems Create an int...
Key Change Agents                                                                                e   rs                   ...
Plan for AdoptionRogers (2003) identifies five adopter catergories as      innovators      early adopters      early ma...
Innovators                                                                                                          ith   ...
Appealing to the Critical Mass   Incentives should be offered to early adopters   in an effort to achieve critical mass fo...
Decentralized Approach"Instead of coming out of R&D systems,innovations often bubbled up from the operationallevels of a s...
Decentralized ApproachAdopters     decision makers     modify as needed     spread new ideas
There is a need to... equip students with necessary tools and skills meet and exceed standards incorporate technology ...
Flipped Classroom is The Match! supports Common Core Standards supports college and career skills students work collabo...
TheFlipped Classroom       ModelMeet and EXCEED    the needs of lifelong learners!
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  1. 1. The Flipped ClassroomA Blended LearningModel Diffusion and Integration of Educational Technology by Marie Anglin
  2. 2. Need Research Flipped ClassroomDevelopment Commercialization
  3. 3. Need Existing Problemhigh school drop outsstudents lack necessary skillsstudents lack college and career readinessjobs are outsourced to other countriesnegatively affects our economy
  4. 4. Need Lets all make AYP! 1) Participation of students during testing 2) Academic performance 3) Attendance (for elementary and middle schools) Graduation rate (for high schools)http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/accountability/Reports
  5. 5. Need Reduce the number of "needs improvement" schools.Using the flipped classroom modelcan decrease the number of lowperforming students. http://www.cobbk12.org/centraloffice/title1/parentinvo
  6. 6. Need Focus on individual student needs Students work cooperatively with peers Promote in-depth knowledge of concepts
  7. 7. Need"There is a profound gap between the knowledgeand skills most students learn in school and theknowledge and skills they need in typical 21stcentury communities and workplaces" (p21.org).
  8. 8. Na tio U. S. Research nAO na De pa a tio LT M lE du rtm . p or icr c or im os ca en In C tio r, m eW of tC n to fE te uter oo ar As pu p sr ne or du m as rF po so cia cati Co l Co m Cl . ou ra le e I nc nd tio tio on pp Del th s, at n n A in em io b le st n y Ca o S sc Ci Partnership for 21st Century Skills (P21) founded by Ken Kay and Diny Goder-Dardis http://p21.org/about-us/our-mission
  9. 9. Research Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams Woodland Park High School in 2004 students missing school students struggled to catch up 2007 first lecture posted online award winnersBergmann, J. & Sams, A. (2012). How the Flipped Classroom IsRadically Transforming Learning.Retrieved fromhttp://www.thedailyriff.com/articles/how-the-flipped-classroom-is-radically-transform
  10. 10. Development Intentions and Problems screencasting technology high school students content delivery was altered  incorrect use of the model re-teach remediate instructional tool in the classroom Khan Academys TED Talkhttp://www.thedailyriff.com/articles/the-flipped-class-shedding-li p
  11. 11. CommercializationPatnership for 21st Cenury Skills marketing and distribution Common Core Standards incorporate tools and resourceshttp://www.corestandards.org/https://thepartnershipfor21stcenturyskills238.eduvision professional learning communities examples how-to videoshttp://flippedclassroom.org/
  12. 12. CommercializationFlip Your Classroom by Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron SamsTechnology conferenceshttps://www.iste.org/ any program or devicesocial mediaPowerPointsmartphones
  13. 13. Innovation-Decision Process Timeline Knowledge Phase 2012 - 2013 Persuasion Phase 2013 - 2014 Decision Phase 2014 Implementation Phase 2015 Confirmation Phase 2017http://groups.ascd.org/resource/documents/122463-f
  14. 14. S-Curve of Diffusion Process late majority 34% early majority 34%innovators early adopters 2.5% 13.5%2012 2013 2014 2015 2017 knowledge phase persuasion phase decision confirmation phase phase implementation phase
  15. 15. Knowledge Phase 2012-2013 Exposure to Flipped Classrooms leadership team bi-monthly information sessions view and discuss videos receive a copy of Flip Your Classroomhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2H4RkudFzlc
  16. 16. Persuasion Phase 2013-2014 How We Know It Works67 elementary schools one school from each area serve as models pilot the flipped classroomAdministrators decide one teacher from each grade specific teachers within the school
  17. 17. Persuasion Phase 2013-2014 How We Know It WorksSchools selected as a model would welcome otherteachers within the area to view the flippedclassroom in action.https://flippedlearning.eduvision.tv/default.aspx
  18. 18. Decision Phase 2014 Now is the TimeThe Accountability Office and testingcoordinators will release a schdule forcollection of data points to all schools.Compare data collected from common assessments Benchmarks standardized assessmentshttp://flippedclassroom.org/
  19. 19. Implementation Phase 2015 Getting Started Model schools will fully implement with grades 3-5 Grades k-2 will begin to pilot Observers begin to pilot in their schoolshttp://flippedclassroom.org/http://www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/
  20. 20. Implementation Phase 2015The Elementary and Secondary Act of 1965requires the district to arrange for supplementaleducation services. Title I funds can be used toprovide the free tutoring service for eligiblestudents.
  21. 21. Implementation Phase 2015Technology labs will be made available for student use before the official academic start time after school during lunch scheduled enrichment times
  22. 22. Confirmation Phase 2017 Using Data as Proof Revisit previous data collection points Compare to data from 2015 Success will be evidenthttp://www.edutopia.org/blog/flipped- classroom-best-practices-andrew-miller
  23. 23. Attributes of the Flipped Classroom
  24. 24. Attributes and Their Rate of Adoption Relative Advantage Compatibility Trialability
  25. 25. Attributes and Their Rate of Adoption  Relative Advantage"the degree to which an innovation isperceived as being better than the ideathat supersedes"(Rogers, 2003, p.229).
  26. 26. Attributes and Their Rate of Adoption Compatability"the degree to which an innovation isperceived as consistent with the existingvalues, past experiences, and needs ofpotential adopters" (Rogers, 2003, p. 240).
  27. 27. Attributes and Their Rate of Adoption  Trialability"the degree to which an innovation may beexperimented with on a limited basis. New ideas thatcan be tried on the installment plan are generallyadopted more rapidly than innovations that are notdivisible" (Rogers, 2003, p.258).
  28. 28. Meeting the Critical Mass Relative Compatability Trialability Advantage  piloted in selected ensure differentiation schools technology integration assess success rate effective use district wide home-school of instructional connection implementation time
  29. 29. Change Agents Develop a need for change Establish an information exchange relationship Diagnose problems Create an intent to change in the client Translate an intent into action Stabilize adoption and prevent discontinuance Achieve a terminal relationship
  30. 30. Key Change Agents e rs l e ad ttea m e c se lPresenter Administrators Team Leaders 2 pe r gra de le vel
  31. 31. Plan for AdoptionRogers (2003) identifies five adopter catergories as innovators early adopters early majority late majority laggardsThe early adopters in the schools will play an important role inpromoting the innovation of the flipped classroom.
  32. 32. Innovators ith w n eam io t its at vel or le  off b d uild e rc re b con rep red rc lla ade fer u enc tatio its ffe co gr e n o a Early Majority all teachers in Laggards Early Adopters enrichment grades 3-5, Late Majority administrators teachers, media •all classes in , grade level afterschool specialist, and grades k-2 team leaders program staff technology members teacher
  33. 33. Appealing to the Critical Mass Incentives should be offered to early adopters in an effort to achieve critical mass for the innovation of the flipped classroom model.establish a positive offer free admittancereputation for to a technologybeing an innovative conferenceschool offer professional learning credits
  34. 34. Decentralized Approach"Instead of coming out of R&D systems,innovations often bubbled up from the operationallevels of a system, with the inventing done bycertain lead users. Then the new ideas spreadhorizontally via peer networks, with a high degreeof re-invention occurring as the innovations aremodified by users to fit their particular conditions"(Rogers, 2003, p. 395).
  35. 35. Decentralized ApproachAdopters decision makers modify as needed spread new ideas
  36. 36. There is a need to... equip students with necessary tools and skills meet and exceed standards incorporate technology balance the learning opportunities take charge of the success of your schools
  37. 37. Flipped Classroom is The Match! supports Common Core Standards supports college and career skills students work collaboratively access to content material anytime, anywhere outstanding results available resources to support implementation nurturing of model citizens
  38. 38. TheFlipped Classroom ModelMeet and EXCEED the needs of lifelong learners!

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