|Date||October 17, 2018||Time||1:00 - 2:00 pm|
|Location||Moody Library 104 (Active Learning Lab)|
In the flipped classroom, content delivery and homework switch places. With initial exposure to course content occurring outside the classroom, the in-class session becomes a space where students can practice applying knowledge, have their misconceptions corrected, and interact with peers in hands-on activities. Flipped learning uses the principles of active learning, differentiated learning, collaboration, student engagement, and blended course design -- all which place demands on faculty and require students to adjust their learning habits and expectations for class meetings. But in the process, students generally perform better and learn to construct their own knowledge (Educause, 2012). Infused with real classroom examples, this session will provide an overview of the flipped learning cycle (pre-class, in-class, post-class), identify common myths, and address content delivery and assessment strategies. Participants will leave with "next steps" resources for developing a flipped class session and connections to those at Baylor who can help.
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|Publisher||Academy for Teaching and Learning|
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