TLT Center’s Fall Break Workshop “FLIP IT! Strategies for Creating a Flipped Classroom”

FLIP IT! Strategies for Creating a Flipped Classroom

This one day workshop will highlight ways in which flipped classroom strategies can better support student learning and engagement.  Flipped classroom is a philosophy that promotes blended learning opportunities, encouraging students to review material as pre-class work in order to engage in active learning exercises in class.  Sessions include best practices and personal lecture capture software for creating flipped content.

 Tuesday, October 9, 2012
9-9:30am Breakfast
9:30-10:15am Flipped Classroom: Creating Blended Learning Opportunities
This opening session will provide a framework for the flipped classroom.  Models for integration will be provided as well as examples of best practices.  Participants will begin to explore how the flipped classroom strategies can employed in their courses.
10:15-10:45am Break and Activity
10:45-11:15am Best Practices in Creating Online Lectures
11:15-12pm Demo of Echo 360 Lecture Capture Software
12-1pm Lunch
1-2pm Hands on Lab (Optional) *Bring your laptop

Breakfast and lunch will be served.

To register for this event click here!

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