Create a flipped lesson plan for your course.
Align your learning outcomes, pre-class assignments, in-class learning experiences, and assessment processes.
Identify where to find "flippable moments" in a lesson.
How do you do decide what to flip and what not to flip? Learn where to find the right moments to flip so you can create integrated learning experience.
Get students to come to class prepared.
Get recommendations to help students see the value of the flipped classroom, come to class prepared, and participate in activities.
Think about how to apply the flipped model in online courses.
Consider how the flipped classroom model can be adapted to leverage technology and create more engaging online learning experiences.
Add new teaching strategies to your lessons.
Mix things up and try something new! Discuss teaching strategies and activities to add to your lesson plan to increase student engagement.
Discuss how roles change in the flipped classroom.
How to prepare for the dynamic learning environment, communicate expectations, and create a successful learning experience.