Explore strategies you can use to create a successful flipped learning experience for you and your students. Find out how to identify the reasons that some students resist the flipped classroom model and how you can address those challenges to increase the likelihood that they will come to class prepared.
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Flipping a class is more than taping a lecture, putting it online, and then slotting it in the syllabus. The course has to have the right incentive structure to ensure students prepare before class. Fortunately, there are some sound strategies that can help any instructor flip just about any lesson, and you can learn about them in this white paper.
Flex learning is the next evolution of blended learning. It enables students to learn in the way that works best for them. This seminar will show you how the flex model allows instructors to imaginatively redesign almost any course to better meet the needs of students and guide them toward greater academic success.
Explore a variety of flipped and active learning strategies they can use in class to allow students to apply, analyze, and evaluate course content.
This presentation will help you understand what Generation C is all about and adapt your teaching practices to meet their learning style. You’ll learn how to update classroom management and assessment while improving student engagement with low- and no-cost applications. You’ll become familiar with low- and high-tech tools that can enhance your productivity and effectiveness and upgrade your approach to feedback, scheduling, and communicating.
In just 20 minutes, this presentation covers the nature of the Generation C phenomenon and how it relates to classroom management, formative assessment tools, and low- and no-cost techniques for enhancing student engagement. From cell phones to Post-Its, this presentation is full of practical tips on how to connect with students.