FridayLive!First Online Steps Toward Flipped/Blended Teaching/Learning (Session #2)
Steve Gilbert, TLT Group
Beth Dailey, TLT Group
Dale Parker, Senior Faculty, Cambridge College
Robert Voelker-Morris, Faculty Technology Consultant, University of Oregon
Winona Hatcher, Instructional Designer, Augusta University
Join us as we continue to peel the Flipped/blended classroom onion. In this two part event we will introduce some first online steps and explore what it means to flip a classroom, pros & cons of this approach, various model courses and instructional design considerations. We will use and demonstrate our commitment to essential elements of Flipped/Blended Models - through our preparatory and follow-up assignments and online activities.
Participants can develop their own flipped classroom tool kits and learn how to decide which content to allocate to outside-of-class and which complementary and supplementary activities to include within course meetings. We’ll identify important combinations of strategies, and technologies - some old, some new - and look past superficial differences to the underlying core of lasting principles that continue to guide our efforts to improve teaching/learning. In other words, we will begin to peel the onion of blended, flipped approaches to reveal the essentials - the elusive obvious.
Prep for Part 2
This link will take you to the Preparatory (& Follow-up) Assignment for the June 24th event
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