FLIPPING THE CLASSROOM: PUTTING THE PRINCIPLES INTO PRACTICE
Flipping teaching and learning by creating and leveraging quality digital learning content, delivered outside of the classroom, frees up time in class and opens the doors wide on how you can use that valuable face to face time with your students. This Program will help faculty and teaching staff develop a plan to flip the class in one of their courses. They will explore various strategies and ways to make the material available outside the class taking into consideration aspects related to student access, context, diversity and learning styles; think of the most suitable learning activities to undertake during the class time and learn how to design the mechanisms to link the in and out class activities.
Faculty members and teaching staff wanting to explore new pedagogies to engaged their students, instructional designers and staff working in teaching and learning centers and educational technologies units.