What Are 5 FAQ's About Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class?
This program will give you the confidence you need to start flipping your own courses right away. Discover the answers to the five most common areas of concern for instructors new to flipping.
What Are 5 FAQs about Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class?
If you’re thinking about flipping your class, you probably have a few questions.
It’s new teaching territory for a lot of us, so it’s understandable you’d want more information before you embark on a new approach that reverses the traditional way classes are designed.
For starters, you are probably wondering when, where, and how to begin. And if you’re not going to lecture, what should you do instead?
Should you flip everything? Or is that too much?
If you’re wondering about any or all of those challenges, you need What Are 5 FAQs about Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class?
This Magna 20-Minute Mentor showcases Dr. Barbi Honeycutt and Sarah Egan Warren as they discuss the common questions they’ve been asked by faculty across the country.
They’ll also share the successful strategies they have used and recommend to address the challenges inherent in the shift from traditional to flipped instruction.
Dr. Honeycutt, founder of Flip It Consulting and the director of graduate professional development and teaching programs at NC State University, has been working with educators who want to learn how to effectively flip their classes and create engaging learning experiences.
She discovered that there are a few things that educators always need to know before they feel comfortable flipping their lessons.
Warren is an associate at Flip It Consulting and also is the assistant director for the professional writing program at NC State University.
Together they have faced almost every question about why, how, and when to flip, and now they are sharing their advice, experiences, and recommendations as they discuss the five most common FAQs.
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For 20 minutes, Honeycutt and Warren discuss the most common questions they have been asked about flipping.
During What Are 5 FAQs about Faculty Roles in the Flipped Class? they discuss, in their friendly and engaging style:
- How to adapt a course to the changing role of the instructor in a flipped classroom
- Why instructors shouldn’t flip everything
- How to identify flippable moments in any course
- How to reframe flipping as an educational philosophy and mind-set rather than as a teaching strategy
- How to address any student resistance to the flipped classroom
Chances are that you’ll recognize some of yourself in the discussion—most everyone has some reservations and concerns about flipping in the beginning.
Honeycutt and Warren help you realize that you’re not alone.
They discuss ways to address each of the FAQs, and they share specific strategies that have worked—as well as some that haven’t—for others who once felt exactly as you do now.
They might even touch on some things you hadn’t thought about yet.
Overall, the program will prepare you not only to flip more confidently but also to serve as a resource for your colleagues who face similar reservations and concerns about the new approach.
Most of all, as they talk through their insights and dispel your fears, Honeycutt and Warren will give you the confidence you need to transition from a traditional lecturer to a resourceful guide in your own dynamic and effective flipped classroom.
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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