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Flipping the Classroom in Multiple Contexts

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Welcome to the

 

2014 TESOL CALL-IS Webcast Events

from the Technology Showcase and

the Electronic Village Fair Classics 

 
      GMT  Portland OR   

 

Hot Topic: Enhancing Education through Technology

Flipping the Classroom in Multiple Contexts

 

Saturday, 1:00 - 2:45 pm PST, 8:00 - 9:45 pm GMT. To listen to the recording, click here.

  

Abstract:
This session looks at the “flipped classroom”, which is a form of blended learning that uses technology to leverage learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time implementing higher learning skills. Presenters will discuss how to use technology to flip the classroom in a higher education/IEP context, as well as in an online, teacher training context. Presenters will also look at the potential of mobile device based projects to support flipped classrooms.
Time  Presenters:

Topic  

1:00-1:05 Justin Shewell, Chair of CALL-IS  Introductions 
1:05 - 1:15 Audience survey Handout-Questions-for-audience.docxHandout for Web cast (image only)
1:15-1:35 

Carol Kubota 
(carol.kubota@asu.edu)

Cynthia Murray (Cynthia.murry@asu.edu)

Cathy Warner-Benani (Catherine.warner@asu.edu

Flipped teaching (or flipped classroom) is a form of blended learning which encompasses using technology to leverage the learning in a classroom, so a teacher can spend more time implementing the higher learning skills such as discussion, analyzing and evaluating. This presentation will include activities for all four skills of language learning: reading, writing, speaking and listening. 
Slide show: Do-you-Flip.pptx
1:37-1:57 

Christine Bauer-Ramazani
(cbauer-ramazani@smcvt.edu)  

How can content be delivered in a flipped classroom model in an online course? This is the question that Christine addressed when her previous face-to-face teacher training course on Curriculum & Syllabus Design went online (distance). In the presentation Christine will discuss her rationale for using  the model, the students’ response, several How-To’s, suggestions, and caveats about  using a flipped classroom model in an online course. 

Link to recording of mini-lecture:  https://tegr.it/y/1b5mt
Slide show:
Flipping-Online-Course.pptx

2:00-2:20  Nicky Hockly (nicky.hockly@theconsultants-e.com)

Mobile devices are part of the fabric of daily life, but still frequently underexploited in language teaching. I look at the potential of mobile device based projects and activities to support the flipped classroom, and to bridge the divide between in-class and out-of-class learning. 

Slide Show:  TESOL USA-MobileFlippedClassroom.ppt

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2:25-2:45 Q & A  
Bios

Carol Kubota:  Carol is an instructor in the American English and Culture Program at ASU. She has a MATESOL degree and is in the process of attaining her  MEd in Instructional Design at ASU. She has been teaching ESL at all levels for more than 30 years.

 

Cynthia Murray: Cynthia is an instructor in the American English and Culture Program at ASU. She has a PhD in Applied Linguistics, and has been teaching ESL at all levels for more than 35 years.

 

Catherine Warner: Cathy  is an instructor in the American English and Culture Program at ASU.  She has an MA in Applied Linguistics, and she has been teaching ESL at all levels and other subjects at the university level for over 30 years.


Christine Bauer-Ramazani: Christine is a former chair of the CALL Interest Section and teaches in the Intensive English, Academic English, and MATESOL programs at Saint Michael’s College. She has been teaching online/distance courses since 2000.  


Nicky Hockly: Nicky is Director of Pedagogy of The Consultants-E. Teacher, trainer and author, she is particularly interested in the impact of mobile technology on EFL teaching and training. 
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