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Slide 2 Agenda Course Introduction and Design Strategy Course Description and Learning Objectives Course vision and practice scaffolding choices and applications Traditional flipped classroom definition and example What flipped in PED 3301 and scaffolding choices Course Features Tour Course design map Course Home Page Module Learning Content and Multimedia Resources Assignments, Assessments and Activities Samples Course Evaluation Results Slide 3 Catalog Description This course is an introduction to exceptionalities among children, with emphasis on prevalence, assessment, characteristics, classroom management, and other educational considerations. Additional topics include legal factors in special education, bilingualism, parents and families, and current trends and issues. Slide 4 Course Objectives Slide 5 Course Vision and Practice Every student in the course is treated as though they are special and gifted students. The course presents content information in multiple formats (visual, auditory) Students are immersed into the culture of disabilities which helps them offer services and accommodations for students with disabilities that are essential for success in their classroom. The course provides students with multiple means of demonstrating what they have learned Extra credit work offers the opportunity to leave one's comfort zone and push to the next level by applying their learning toward solving problems from the field. Extra credit is voluntary and offers students a means for critical thinking and problem solving opportunities Extra credit work motivates students by offering them multiple ways to recover from poor grades. The course provides individualized instruction, furnishes immediate feedback to address the different learning styles, and allows students various ways to express their learning- UDL/differentiating instruction. Slide 6 Traditional Flipped Classroom Example High School Flipped Classroom Slide 7 What Flipped in PED 3301? Everyone turns in work the same way. Scaffold>Multiple ways to turn in work based on learning style. Extra Credit Work choices for Learning applications. Slide 8 Background Scaffolding- Choices and Applications Students demonstrate their learning on video. http://uhdmediasite.uhd.edu/Mediasite/Play/64ec2158399a46a 1a78d73ded0ed21091d Slide 9 Course Features Tour Slide 10 Hybrid & Online Course Design Map Slide 11 Course Entry Page Slide 12 Slide 13 Module Learning Content Example Slide 14 Crossword Puzzle Activity Slide 15 Edutopia Videos Slide 16 Films on Demand Videos Slide 17 Chapters 1-4 Video Assignments Recognizing Children with Special Needs Identifying Children with Special Needs* Meeting the Needs of Children with Special Needs* ESL: Integrating ESL Students into the Classroom* Racial Bias * Multiple Intelligences (Edutopia Video) Learning Styles(Edutopia Video) Project Based Learning (Edutopia Video) * Films on Demand Video - UHD Library Subscription Slide 18 IRIS Resource Center Slide 19 Chapter Discussion Postings Slide 20 IRIS Assignments Slide 21 Project Samples Field Experience and Literacy Paper Slide 22 Juvenile Justice Center Field Trip Slide 23 Sample Video Quiz: Module 1 Slide 24 Class Blogs Slide 25 Class Wikis Slide 26 Slide 27 Student Course Experience Students liked the course structure and navigation because it was easy to understand and use Students appreciated the assignments because they are applicable to real life experience Students enjoyed the videos because it gives a face to the culture of disabilities Field Experience/Literacy Project (Service Learning Project) This activity brings it all together in terms of applying learning to real experience Student video: http://uhdmediasite.uhd.edu/Mediasite/Play/03da7a4d43be4452a5e d7bebb79d28721d Slide 28 Course Results Overall Evaluation Results Enrollment remains high courses always make Student satisfaction is high Students appreciate extra credit work opportunities Retention is high none to low drop out rate Grade distribution results out of 105 students, only 2-3 maximum will fail the course Student video: http://uhdmediasite.uhd.edu/Mediasite/Play/40b0e087c4ac4cf 2a29f8029d18c71e51d Slide 29 Dr. John Kelly firstname.lastname@example.org 713.221.8952