Destination 2015: Flipped Learning – Week 2

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Week 1: Overview of Flipped Learning
Week 2: Curated Content
Week 3: Created Content—online lesson/activities and assessments
Week 4: Created Content—in class activities and assessments
Week 5: Final Project Presentations


Day 2 Agenda

Sign in Room 11-106 and then meet in your assigned room

1:00pm-1:30pm     1st Activity: Debrief with Entrance ticket (West Bldg. 11-216,217, 218)

1:30pm-1:55pm     2nd Activity: Needs Assessment/Guided Discussion

1:55pm-2:00pm     5 minute break

2:00pm-2:40pm    3rd Activity: Curation Mission

2:40pm-2:55pm     15 minute break/move to computer rooms (West Bldg. 7-120, 128, and 148)

3:00pm-3:40pm    4th Activity: Hands-on time/find curated content

3:40pm-4:00pm    5th Activity: Report out/Review Homework


Week 2 Homework

Instructions –

You have two assignments due this week, the first needs to be submitted to your facilitator via email by Wednesday at noon. The second is your entrance ticket for week three “Created Content – Online/Lesson Activities and Assessments”

  • Scan/Send your curated content lesson plan to your instructor (via email) no later than Wednesday, May 27th. If you have questions, watch the video instructions above. You can access the template here: Flipped Lesson Plan Template

This week we covered…


Note Taking Handout


Note Taking Handout-CheatSheet


Documenting our Experience – #circlesofinnovation

Do you use social media? You can contribute to the Circles experience by using the hashtag #circlesofinnovation and see your post show up on our Tagboard page as we document our experience together.

Bonus Content

List of Related Courses

For those of you enjoying Destinations and looking to identify some future PD courses on related topics, we have curated a short list for you. 

Tagxedo & N-grams


The image to the right is a Tagxedo of your responses to the EDpuzzle assignment. A Tagxedo “turns words — famous speeches, news articles, slogans and themes, even your love letters — into visually stunning word clouds with the words individually sized appropriately to highlight the frequencies of occurrence within the body of text.” Long story short, we cut and pasted all of your responses into Tagxedo and asked the program to make this image of your most frequent responses. If you would like to learn more about Tagxedo, click here.  Another way to analyze student/survey data is to do an n-gram analysis. And to help you understand this technique, we created the Speed Geek Demo below. Enjoy!

Looking for a fun way to gamify learning, engage students, and give them an authentic reason to use their smart devices in class? Have you tried


Post-it Printables

Learn more by clicking on this link.

Click here or on the image below to learn more. 


The Lightboard Test


Happy Flipping! We’ll see you next week.


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