Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes?
If you have been wanting to flip but donít know where to start or fear youíll do it all wrong, this program is for you. Identify the flippable lessons in any course and determine which parts of your lessons you should actually invest time and energy in flipping.
Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes?
Integrating flipping strategies into your classroom promotes student engagement, challenges students to address higher levels of Bloomís Taxonomy, and increases student success and learning.
Yet just because flipping works well does not mean that you should use it all the time.
Flipping works in part because it changes the classroom dynamic.
If everything is flipped, students lose the benefit of perspective, and flipping loses some of its effectiveness. If you try to flip everything, you will quickly burn out.
The key is to flip strategically. To do that, you need to know a few things about flipping:
- How to define the flip using Bloomís Taxonomy as a model
- How to identify the three best places to look for flippable moments
- What to do when you see a flippable moment
- Why itís important not to flip everything
You can learn these flipping insights in Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes?, a Magna 20-Minute Mentor taught by Barbi Honeycutt and Sarah Egan Warren, longtime advocates of and experts in flipping.
Honeycutt and Warren will discuss where to find flippable moments in a class and what they do when they find one.
They will share their strategies for recognizing these moments and explain how they match them with the appropriate flipping strategies.
This analysis will help participants learn where to look for flippable moments in their own courses and how to identify the best flipping opportunities in each.
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Spend 20 minutes on Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes? and youíll discover flipping insights and strategies you can employ in any lesson in any course. Honeycutt and Warren ensure that after participating in this program, every participant can:
- Define the flip using Bloomís Taxonomy
- Recognize a flippable moment in any class
- Identify three places to look for a flippable moment in any course
- Know when to flip and when to skip
To help you decide when to flip and when to skip, Honeycutt and Warren will share their own experiences of what theyíve tried, what worked, and what didnít.
These tales from the trenches will help you see the parallels to your own courses so that you can integrate flipping for greater success.
If you have been wanting to flip but donít know where to start or fear youíll do it all wrong, Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes? is for you.
You will learn how to identify when to flip and how to get the best results when you do.
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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