Filpping the Classroom - QU Pilot and Presentation Flier

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An agenda for a training seminar that led instructors in a pilot of the use of "flipping the classroom." Also included is a flier to the follow up seminar where the pilot group shared out their experiences with the university community.

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Filpping the Classroom - QU Pilot and Presentation Flier

  1. 1. “Flipping the Classroom” Workshop Wednesday, August 8, 2012 Kevin Basmadjian and Jeremy Anderson, Facilitators9:30am Introductions and Session Overview  Presentation: “Flipping the Classroom” and Student Engagement10:00am Demonstration Lesson :  Introduce lesson on Plato’s “Allegory”  First video on Plato: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=axARKd24eHo&hd=1  Sample assessment on “Allegory”  Facilitate discussion on “Allegory”10:45am Discuss some of the constructivist-based activities teachers might plan, then: i. Put participants into groups of 3 to share content of lessons ii. Suggest possible activities to follow the video-based lecture iii. Debrief and share with the larger group11:15am Camtasia demonstration  Download and install of Camtasia  Taping of 5-minute lesson  Questions and answers12:00pm Lunch and goal setting
  2. 2. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20THTracie Addy Fodei Batty >Cindy BarrereAssistant Professor of Biology Assistant Professor of PS >Professor of Nursing 10 – 11:30AM CARL HANSEN STUDENT CENTER 225Barbara Glynn Robin Guisti >Kevin BasmadjianAssistant Professor of Nursing Assistant Professor of Nursing >Interim Dean, Education CONVENED BY KEVIN BASMADJIAN ANDMARCH 20TH JEREMY ANDERSONFLIPPING THE REFRESHMENTSCLASSROOM WILL BE SERVEDExcellence in Education Seminar SeriesCome hear how faculty have begun to offer recorded lectures ashomework to increase interactivity and engagement during class EXCELLENCE INmeetings. Panelists will share practical advice and student EDUCATION SEMINARfeedback gleaned from their experiences with the strategy of SERIESflipping. Time also will be devoted to address questions and to Have an idea for a seminar?discuss implications of this approach in higher education. Contact Chris Fitzgerald, chair of the EESS. View other Collaborative events at our calendar of events in MyQ.

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