Lecturer & Director Professional Development
Post Conference Workshops: Tuesday - Thursday, 17th - 19th October 2017
Tuesday, October 17th, 2017
6:15 PM Flipping the Classroom – Engaging Students, Encouraging Active Learning and Transitioning across the Curriculum
Flipped learning makes sense in today’s digital classroom as a proven method to increase student engagement and results.
In a flipped classroom, the student does the easier learning before class, and utilizes class time for higher level thinking, rich collaboration and maximized learning. Therefore the overall aim of flipped learning is to engage students through responsive learning environments, designed to prepare and motivate them to undertake specific tasks through interactivity.
This interactive workshop will provide a platform for discussion around the seamless integration and delivery of flipped learning.
Kerry will go through the framework adopted within her units for flipping the classroom.
Key Learning Outcomes:
- Exploring understandings of flipped classrooms
- Planning a flipped classroom: Flipped Classroom Design Considerations
- Rethinking your role as an educator: moving from lecturer to facilitator and creating a robust community of practice
- Examine learner characteristics from a flipped classroom perspective
- Evaluating your flipped classroom