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Achieving Blended (aka "Flipped") Instruction

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Horrabin Hall 104

West University Drive

Macomb, IL 61455

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Achieving Blended (aka "Flipped") Instruction

Blended Learning or Instruction (currently often referred to as “Flipped Classroom”) results when a teacher, instructor or trainer uses mixed instructional strategies and teaching or training approaches combined with mixed mediums for the delivery of instruction and creation of knowledge. Blended learning can provide a great mechanism for maximizing class time in a way that educators can focus on assisting learners in building higher-level thinking, as well as allowing them to take responsibility for their own learning of lower-level concepts. Thus, allowing for a more motivating and engaging educational environment that prepares learners for authentic real-world situations. This workshop will focus specifically on the technically termed “Rotation Model” of blended learning, and outline some of the essential steps that one could take and use in order to achieve a successful blended learning environment.

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