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  • Flipped Learning

    Flipped Classroom “Managing classroom for learning”

    “Facilitating learning”

    These terms are not interchangeable.

    Flipping a class can, but does not necessarily, lead to Flipped Learning.

    Flipped learning may occur along a continuum

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • The Flipped Classroom Model

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • The Flipped Learning Model

    So What? What?

    Now What? Schema Explore Trigger WBL

    Experiential engagement

    Concept Exploration

    Meaning Making

    Output & Outcomes

    Concept Scope Key ideas

    Understanding Synthesis Analysis Construction

    Demonstration Application

    Introduce & Guide

    Practice

    Assess Evaluate

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    HOTs

    HOTs

    LOTs

    IOTs

    (Supyan 2016)

  • The keyword is “learning”

    • What is learning?

    • Learning is a process of acquiring and mastering the inputs (knowledge and skills) from one stage to another, with an increase in understanding and ability, and that learning is measured based on the intended learning outcomes

    Time

    Inputs (knowledge & skills)

    active, dynamic

    passive, static

    Behaviourist Theory, Cognitive theory

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    start

    (Supyan 2016)

  • Enhancing and enriching the learning process by enlarging the ZPD

    • Learning is enhanced and enriched • when learners socially

    interact among them and between learners and the teacher

    • when learners are supported by the scaffolding, which provides initial guide, and gradually allows learners to move at their pace (autonomous).

    ADZ

    PDZ

    Scaffolding

    Infrastructure, resources, pedagogical techniquesConstructive theory

    Zone of proximal development - Actual Development Zone - Potential Development Zone

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    (Supyan 2008)

    Enlarging ZPD

  • Flipped Learning - features

    • Active learning

    • Group learning, collaborative learning

    • Self-learning

    • Learner-centred

    • Learning-centred

    • Life-long learning

    • Various learning activities

    • Various learning resources

    • Various communication channels for learning engagement

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • Active learning

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • Learning Continuum and Pedagogy

    Teacher Centred

    Learner Centred

    Learning Centred

    Community-based Social Network Life-long learning SDL Autonomous Paced-Learning Collaborative Owner of knowledge Owner meaning Sharing knowledge Flipped learning

    SDL Autonomous Paced-Learning Collaborative Owner of knowledge Owner meaning Blended learning

    Spoon-feeding Structured Owner of knowledge

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • Learning time, learning engagement: evidence-based learning

    Classroom

    Physical and Time Bound

    Productivity

    Meaning making

    Acquisition

    Comprehension

    Outside classroom

    FB

    WA Teleg

    Notes

    LMS

    Quiz

    Forum

    Teachers Materials

    Students’ materials

    New learning space, more opportunities to acquire and learn; recorded learning time and engagement;

    Learning process is not limited by time and space as it supported by the scaffolding

    scaffolding

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • What is the difference?

    CONVENTIONAL CLASSROOM

    FLIPPED CLASSROOM

    FLIPPED FLIPPEDFLIPPED FLIPPED LEARNING

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • The Flipped Learning Model

    So What? What?

    Now What? Schema Explore Trigger WBL

    Experiential engagement

    Concept Exploration

    Meaning Making

    Output & Outcomes

    Concept Scope Key ideas

    Understanding Synthesis Analysis Construction

    Demonstration Application

    Introduce & Guide

    Practice

    Assess Evaluate

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    HOTs

    HOTs

    LOTs

    IOTs

    (Supyan 2016)

  • Example of a lesson on Strategic Planning-Team Work

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • Demo: Strategic Planning-Team Work Lesson

    Flipped Classroom Watch this video

    Flipped Learning (schema) What is the setting? Who are they? What happens first? Who has the vision? What is the plan? Who are reluctant? How do they manage the project?

    https://padlet.com/supyanhussin1/fliukl

    1

    Instruction: offline, online, mobile Schema

  • Demo: Strategic Planning-Team Work Lesson

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    Individual learning:

    Collaborative learning: PBL Group discussion in class What is SWOT analysis? Identify the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities, and threats in the team as seen in the video (before, during, after the game) Prepare a table or mind map or flowchart or any visual diagram of the SWOT analysis (use A4 paper or Power Point or Mahjong paper).

    2

    https://todaysmeet.com/FLIUKL21916

    Instruction: offline, online, mobile

    Snap it and share in Telegram before the presentationDemonstration/ Presentation

    A4 (image sent Telegram/WA), Mahjong paper, Power Point) Present to class Q & A session

    What?

    So what?

    Now what?

  • Demo: Strategic Planning-Team Work Lesson

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    3

    Instruction: offline, online, mobile

    Individual task: reflection. Write a report based on the following format and upload your answers in LMS/send to my Telegram

    Are you happy with the discussion? Yes, No, Why?

    If you were to repeat the discussion, what would you change or modify in the discussion process?

    What are the lessons you think you have learned from the video?

    Answer these questions: What is the vision of the people in the video? What is their mission? (long term) What is their objective? (short term) What are their strategies to achieve their objective?

    Now what?

  • The Flipped Learning Model

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

    So What?

    Meaning Making

    Understanding Synthesis Analysis Construction

    Practice

    HOTs

    Now What?

    Output & Outcomes

    Demonstration ApplicationEvaluate

    HOTs

    What?

    Concept Exploration

    Concept Scope Key ideas

    Introduce & Guide

    LOTs

    Schema Explore Trigger WBL

    Experiential engagement

    Assess

    IOTs

    (Supyan 2016)

  • After thought…why FL?

    • Generation Z

    • Born: 1995-2012

    • Age in 2004: • 0-9

    • Coming of Age: • 2013-2020

    • Current Population: • 23 million and

    growing rapidly

    • Characteristics of Gen Z • Digital native

    • Information at finger tips

    • Analytical

    • Critical

    • Creative

    • Multitasking

    • Challenging

    • Risk-takers

    • Independent, self-starter

    • Global

    • Green Technology

    Dr Supyan Hussin UKM

  • Trends in integration of technology in T & L

    1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010

    Correspondence:

    Paper-based

    Radio

    Broadcasting

    Off-campus

    Paper-based

    e-Learning II

    Network-based

    wireless

    2020

    broadband

    Telephone

    conferencing

    Video

    conferencing

    Online materials,

    Discussion; CMC

    e-Learning I

    Electronic based

    Satellite

    mobile

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

    e-Learning III

    Mobile based

    ubiquitous

    Blended

    Flipped

  • Communication Apps

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • In class meetings

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Pronunciation practice: Speaking practice

    recorded video

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Writing practices

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Writing practices

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Reading aloud: recorded voice

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Shared photo of group’s output

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Graphic to stimulate interest, followed by discussion, short essay writing about the graph; share the outputs

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • A follow up of the graph discussion; language drill

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Model the answer; language drill

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Photo stimulation; description of the graphic – writing drill; language structure

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Description of the photos

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • PowerPoint slides in the Telegram page for individual presentation

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Grammar drill

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Writing drill

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Last semester class Ses II 2014/2015

    © Dr. Supyan Hussin

  • Mobile Apps

    © Dr

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