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The flipped classroom


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The flipped classroom

  1. 1. The Flipped Classroom By Nichole Shorter
  2. 2. What is the Flipped Classroom?
  3. 3. How can it be implemented? Content Delivery (At In Class Activities Home)• Videos • Discussions/Debates• Pencasts • Peer Instruction• PowerPoints • Projects/Portfolios• TEDTalks • Student Videos• Podcasts • Case Studies• Learning Modules • Poster/Art Presentation• Websites • Skits/Role Playing
  4. 4. Student Benefits and Challenges Benefits Challenges Students can view the lecture  Often caters to visual multiple times and at their own pace learning styles Students learn to come  Requires self motivation prepared for class  Requires access to reliable More class time is spent with instructor guidance technology Less passive learning Instant feedback in class
  5. 5. Instructor Benefits and Challenges Benefits Challenges More one-on-one time with  Setting up the course can be students a great time commitment More time for cooperative/collaborative group  Requires good classroom work time management More time for concepts and applications  Requires some technology Easier to create a cooperative skills learning environment for students  Keeping up with technology “Sage on the Stage” to “Guide on the Side” (LifeMap)
  6. 6. How can I learn more?Contact me!Nichole Shorter ( check out…The Flipped Learning Network (