#TLTCon - Session Highlight
Flipping Your Classroom
What is the Flipped Classroom Model?
The flipped classroom model involves taking lecture out of the classroom and replacing it with active and authentic learning experiences. The benefits are greater engagement, more application, and more opportunities for peer teaching and faculty-student interaction.
There will be TWO fantastic opportunities to learn about flipping your classroom at the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Conference!
Flipping Expectations: Student-Led Learning
Session Date: March 9thSession Time: 11:00-11:45 am
In this session we will discuss how the traditional instructor-led classroom can be restructured to engage students as learning partners in a collaborative environment where students discuss, debate, build, and present their understanding of course topics. We will model a student-led classroom experience in which the participants will drive the content for the session and collaboratively discover the benefits and challenges to this design. Using examples of successes and failures from my own student-led course experiences we will discuss common challenges that can be addressed using a student-led design as well as the real and perceived problems that faculty and students encounter when implementing and using a student-led design.
Exploring the Flipped Classroom
Jennifer Barrett-Tatum, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
Ian O’Byrne, Assistant Professor, Teacher Education
Jessica Smith, TLT Instructional Technologist and Adjunct, Management & Marketing
Session Date: March 9thSession Time: 10:00-10:45 am
This discussion-based session will explore different approaches to flipping, best practices, and lessons we've learned from flipping our own courses. Participants will be encouraged to ask questions, share concerns, and formulate strategies for integrating the flipped model into their own classrooms.