It's About Time You Flipped

Recharge Your Teaching Batteries...

Six years with 1 to 1 in the classroom has led us to gain knowledge and experience we are sharing. We have spoken at conferences locally and statewide at HASTI multiple times. How do we make the most of the limited time we have with students? All while trying to boost student engagement and embrace 21st century skills?

I. Making the Most of Instructional Time

A. Old Curriculum Map

B. New Curriculum Map

OLD CURRICULUM MAP

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NEW CURRICULUM MAP

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II. Home Instruction

Biology Home Assignment

WWW.ed.ted.com

  1. Find relevant lesson with rigor on: TEDEd Lessons Worth Sharing
  2. Modify the lesson to your standards and curriculum OR leave it as is
  3. Place on Canvas (LMS) for access anytime internet is available
  4. No internet: students can save the short video and copy/paste questions into a document and answer at home

Physics Home Assignment

Day 20 Projectile Practice Problem

www.youtube.com

1. Video PowerPoint (Snaggit)

2. Email to Students

3. Download to You Tube

4. URL - Canvas (LMS)

III. CREATING STUDENT ENGAGEMENT

A. REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS

B. STUDENT CENTERED / DIFFERENTIATION

C. PEER COLABORATIONS

REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS

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WINDMILL LAB

REAL WORLD APPLICATIONS: RENEWABLE ENERGIES

CARDBOARD CANOE

REAL WORLD APPLICATION

Canoe Video 3

STUDENT CENTERED / DIFFERENTIATION

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MARBLE SORTER PROJECT

STUDENT CENTERED / DIFFERENTIATION

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IV. TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY SKILLS

A. Digital Presentation

B. Research

C. Data Collection

DIGITAL PRESENTATION

Physics Project: Homemade A/C Unit

RESEARCH

DATA ANALYSIS

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EXTRA PROJECTS HAPPY TO SHARE