Why won't flipped learning work?
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ChallengeSolutionA collection of reasons that flipped learning allegedly won't work and some suggestions for countering those reasons.
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Kids won't do the pre-learning!Sucks to be them. Complete prelearning in class, missing out in activity.
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I have been repeating the work in class because a few students haven't done the work, which makes the class time frustrating tfor those that have done the workI learnt today not to repeat no matter what. NO MATTER WHAT! Do not reteach.
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Students who do not complete homeowrk giving up or getting too far behindMastery and peer to peer teaching. Student on student. Judicious use of time in regards to this.
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Students who don't do the work at home will fall behind, so they disengage
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Creating all resources from scratch and syllabus changes AGAINPart of your own learning journey? FLIP a yeargroup and a unit/half a unit each term. Primary - Flip a subject.
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We can't use YouTube/Google Classroom cos we iz from QueenslandMove ? school moodle? Work within whatever LMS etc that your school uses, Office 365 Videos etc, onenote classbook? Speak to regional ICT support, get a local moodle server on site and set it up - free to do. USB/Airdrop
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Students refuse to do homework. Parents support them in not doing their homeworksome people were saying in the high school panel that flipping actually adds to parent engagement. Conversation around homework. Not homework it is PRELEARNING.
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access to device/ internet at homeLoan devices provided by the school, payment to go through admin. USB, Tv for USB slot, Smartphone/Tablet download it at school.
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Creating resources is too time consumingResources can be used for multiple years / courses / classes, can be used across multiple current classes for consistency (as long as they are quality). Find a partner to link up. Team up to video Q and A session.
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Parent objections to the way the FLIP worksEducation conversation with parents.
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making the videos in the first placeNot too daunting once you've done it a few times, can be done using USB document cameras if you don't like having your face on screen
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Resistance to change - Staff & StudentsNo point being one of the heard if the kids aren't achieving their full potential. Do it well and the results will show it works
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Technology must be reliable and compatible
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Understanding the technologyFind what works for you.
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Editing software is too daunting to master!Can be! Don't edit. Own the mistake and redo it.
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Access to the internet at homeFlip does not have to be videos, paper still works
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My pre-learning has been too longVideo should only be around 7 minutes, I had been making it longer. suggest length age -2
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What will you do in the class?I would like more on this. Will vary depending on class
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I need to make the slackers do the pre-learning in class if they haven't done it at home. It won't take much time.
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OverwhelmingOne idea at a time- you can just flip one part of a lesson, not the whole thing. Start simple
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Time taken to create resources
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Students don't have access to technology at home
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Trying to convince the Senior exec. Whats the evidence? How do you know. What data supports this?Flip well. FLglobal.org resources and data
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Having access to the technology to create videosroom set up at the school for videoing with a 'one touch' button to start
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WHAT INNOVATIVE IDEAS IN THE CLASSROOM as well as the Flip resourcesPlanning phase.
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Staff don't have tech knowledgeTeach them with videos - Richard Burns videos - freetech for teachers.
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I teach different subjects/different year levels every year. Pick something and start.
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Accoutability for students They must come to the GLS with some way to measure if they have engaged. Cornell Notes etc
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