This session is for College of Charleston faculty only.
This is Part 1 in a two-part series on flipping your classroom. However, participants need not attend both sessions to benefit.
Flipping your classroom involves moving some or all of your in-class lectures to outside the class, typically through video-recorded lectures students watch at home. This frees up in-class time for more interaction between students and instructor, and students with one another. Class time is completely devoted to active learning and the application of course material, including case studies, team work, experiments, discussions, debates, working difficult problems, and presentations.
In this discussion-based session, we will focus on ways you can create your out-of-class materials and how to make sure your students come to class prepared.
By the end of this session, participants will be able to:
define flipping and explain why flipping will benefit their students.
name three tools that can be used to create out-of-class lectures.
name two strategies to ensure students come to class prepared for the activity.
This session is for BEGINNERS