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Flipping the classroom

The flipped classroom, at its core, is an instructional model where students gain their first exposure to learning prior to class and focus on the processing and higher level thinking in class where they can be guided by the instructor. This workshop will help you learn the mechanics of flipping and work with you to strategize to present materials before class in ways that make sense and ensure that your students will do the work and come to class prepared.

Learning outcomes

By the end of this work shop you will be able to:

  • Outline a flipped session for your course.
  • Consider and evaluate pedagogical strategies for teaching in a flipped classroom.
  • Identify in-class activities that engage students in higher level thinking.
  • Develop an individual plan for “flipping” a class in an upcoming course.

Delivery method: Instructor led

Delivery type: Traditional (Face-to-face, one or more sessions)
Single session

Upcoming sessions

Sep
13

Facilitator: Elizabeth Royal

1:00 pm – 1:45 pm
Oct
05

Facilitator: Elizabeth Royal

5:30 pm – 6:15 pm

 

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