The Flipped Classroom: Rethinking the Way You Teach - Webinar - November 28
November 28 · 10:00am-11:00am · Continuing Education 107
The “flipped classroom,” one of the most effective pedagogical techniques, may change everything you believe about what activities belong in the classroom and what should be completed independently. In a flipped classroom, the typical order of teaching is inverted, with lecture occurring outside of class and active engagement inside of class. Flipped classrooms move the traditional in-class activities, such as lecture, out of the classroom to be completed independently. This makes room for completion of assignments in team formats and under the direction of the instructor.
Teachers who flip their classrooms open possibilities for new types of active learning, but what are the options and which ones work best? How can you make sure the technology augments your course without frustrating your students? What activities are possible when instructors are no longer limited to lecturing on content and discussing the readings?
The Flipped Classroom: Rethinking the Way You Teach examines the technology that facilitates the flip, explores the types of active learning possible in the newly liberated face-to-face time, and puts the flipped model in context with what is known about how learning works.
There is no need to register and no fee to attend this Connect • Learn • Engage event. For more information, visit http://rce.csuchico.edu/professional-development/connect-learn-engage/