Flipping Your Classroom: The Nuts and Bolts

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The “flipped classroom” has garnered considerable attention in the academy in recent years. This approach to teaching involves the use of podcasting, videos, and other strategies to shift students’ initial exposure to content from the lecture hall to outside of the classroom. In the process, significant portions of class time are freed up for active learning and student engagement.

In this workshop, participants will explore teaching in a flipped classroom and consider how to use this approach in their own teaching. The session will highlight general principles for designing a flipped lesson, including how to hold students accountable for completing pre-class work. The workshop will provide an introduction to relevant instructional technologies and campus resources around them. Finally, participants will explore strategies for designing instruction to engage students during class time.

Event Information
Dates: 
Wed, 05/09/2018 - 3:00pm - 4:30pm
Location (Room): 
CRLT Seminar Room (1013 Palmer Commons)
Presenter(s): 
Nicole Tuttle, Assistant Director, CRLT
Presenter(s): 
Evan Straub, Learning Experience Designer, Academic Innovation
Eligible for Certificate: 
Eligible for Graduate Teacher Certificate - Requirement B2, Instructional Technology
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