Flipped Classroom 4-pack
Integrating flipping strategies into your classroom promotes student engagement, challenges students to address higher levels of Bloomís Taxonomy, and increases student success and learning. Discover flipping insights and strategies that you can employ in any lesson in any course. These programs will ease you into the flipped learning environment and will help you successfully flip your classroom.
Best Practices for Flipping Classes
If youíre thinking about flipping your class, you probably have a few questions.
Itís new teaching territory for a lot of us, so it is understandable youíd want more information before you embark on a new approach that reverses the traditional way classes are designed.
The Flipped Classroom 4-pack will give you the confidence you need to start flipping your own courses right away.
Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D., and Sarah Egan Warren, longtime advocates of and experts in flipping, will help you find the solutions to the following issues:
- How Can I Structure a Flipped Lesson?
This program will bring you up to speed on the most current approaches to flipping and will give you a four-part structure for a flipped lesson.
- What is Storyboarding? And How Can It Help Me Flip My Class?
Discover three distinct strategies for storyboarding and how to use each to create a video for a flipped class.
- What Are 5 FAQs About Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class?
In this program, Honeycutt and Warren discuss the most common questions they have been asked about flipping and share successful strategies they have used in the classroom.
- Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in my Classes?
Identify flippable moments and how to get the best results when you do.
Flipping doesnít have to be such a scary proposition.
When done right, it can energize students and promote higher levels of learning.
In this series of four 20-Minute Mentors, find the confidence to flip a lesson in a course you already teach or a new course you are designing.
Take advantage of this fast and focused professional development opportunity, and purchase the Flipped Classroom 4-pack today!
Discover flipping insights and strategies you can employ in any lesson in any course. The Flipped Classroom 4-packwill ease you into the flipped learning environment and will help you successfully flip your classroom.
Learn proven techniques to help you transition to the flipped classroom, such as:
- How to determine when you should go ahead and flip a lesson
- How to divide a flipped lesson into four parts to maintain a dynamic learning experience but also to add structure and control to the learning environment
- How to adapt a course to the new role of the instructor in a flipped classroom
- Use the storyboard concept to organize content and focus it on learning outcomes
After participating in the four programs included in the Flipped Classroom 4-pack, youíll be able to:
- Explain how flipping is grounded in active learning†
- Articulate the value of storyboarding to flipped instruction
- Identify flippable moments in any course
- Define the flip using Bloomís Taxonomy
- Reframe flipping as an educational philosophy and mind-set rather than as a teaching strategy
- Integrate components of flipped classrooms to create a successful learning environment for your students
- Outline the structure of a storyboard by detailing the things to be seen, heard, and done in the video
As the Owner of FLIP It Consulting, Barbi Honeycutt, Ph.D., facilitates professional development workshops, shares strategies, and develops resources to support educators in designing learning environments where both the instructor and the students are involved, engaged, and successful.†
Dr. Honeycutt's areas of expertise are in faculty development, teaching & learning in higher education, graduate student professional development, and instructional design. She also serves as an adjunct Assistant Professor in the Department of Leadership, Policy, Adult & Higher Education in the College of Education at NC State University.
Sarah Egan Warren is a Flip It Associate and the Education & Training Director of Reify Media, LLC, a Raleigh-based online media company. Sarah also serves as the Assistant Director for the Professional Writing Program at NC State University. Her dedication to student-centered learning inspires her to keep up to date on instructional technology and trends. A dynamic and versatile teacher, speaker, and advisor, Sarah combines her experiences inside and outside the classroom to provide clear, concise, and comprehensive workshops, presentations, lectures, and learning resources.†
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