Designing Courses for Flipped Learning
Flipped learning — a model of instruction in which students get first contact with new ideas independently before class, then group activity is focused on deeper applications and exploration — addresses several important teaching and learning problems. But how do you actually DO flipped learning? In this webinar, we’ll study and practice with a seven-step framework for designing flipped learning lessons. The framework puts active learning front and center, keeps instruction correctly focused during the different phases of student learning, and — importantly — saves instructors time and energy. Participants will use the framework to design parts of an actual lesson that they can then take away and use.
This webinar includes a basic overview of flipped learning (a 10-minute version of the webinar Getting Started with Flipped Learning) followed by a guided session that leads participants step-by-step through the design process of a single lesson in a flipped learning environment. Participants are encouraged to bring a lesson that they would like to “make over” to a flipped learning lesson. Participants will gain experience applying flipped learning principles to planning lessons and creating coherent flipped learning courses.