1. Learn how flipped learning differs from traditional learning.
2. Learn theories that explain why flipped learning meets demands the traditional model fails to meet.
3. Learn fundamental concepts that apply to flipped learning including on-demand lectures, interactive class time, open educational resources and webtools/applications, mobile optimized web browsing, and the cloud.
This presentation will cover an overview of flipped learning theory and concepts and then give practical examples of resources and techniques to apply in your flipped learning course designs.
This presentation discusses how flipped learning uses a backward course design strategy to move direct instruction out of the classroom and into the individual space. By doing so flipped learning allows the group space of the classroom to be used for team based problem solving, interactive engagement with concepts, and differentiated learning. This presentation will cover basic theories of flipped learning and strategies, tactics, and best practices for its use.
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