Motivation and Engagement in the Flipped Classroom
The ideal behind inverted teaching (also known as the flipped classroom) is that students will be more engaged in the classroom and will, therefore, learn more and learn better. As teachers, we all know that ideals are difficult to achieve. This workshop will begin with some better practices for how to effectively engage students in the flipped classroom. Participants will then use those ideas and others to consider how this pedagogical model can be used to further the mission of the university to help with the development of a more just and humane society.
This workshop will be presented using the flipped model. Before the workshop, please read the two short articles linked below. These will lay the foundation for much of our work during the session. We will have a short quiz at the beginning of the workshop based on this material.
* Flip Like an Expert – Best Practices for Successful Flipped Classrooms (Download the PDF)
* Engagement with the Inverted Classroom Approach: Student Characteristics and Impact on Learning Outcomes (Download the PDF)
If you are new to the idea of inverted teaching or want some background information, please watch this brief video overview: Click here to view the video.
- Led by: Dr. Jason S. Todd (CAT+FD; ENGL); Dr. Megan Osterbur (PSCI)
- Date: Thursday, January 26, 2017
- Time: 3:30 - 4:30 PM
- Location: Mellon Seminar Room - LRC 532B
Note: This workshop will be presented using the flipped model. It is critical that attendees complete any pre-workshops "assignments" before the start of the workshop. Please see the description above for details.
To register: firstname.lastname@example.org
Tags: inverted teaching, flipped classroom, student engagement
Event ID: 01533