CETL Continues Flipped Classroom Series

CETL Continues Flipped Classroom Series

The Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL) proudly continues the Faculty Focus Series “We’ve Flipped! Will You?”

In these highly participatory sessions, tips and strategies are shared for developing an interactive classroom. Using techniques such as the flipped classroom, video lectures, student response devices, group discussion and publishers’ online-based learning systems, faculty can make learning a truly student-led experience.

To register, go online.

Part IV: What’s the Down Side? Are There Reasons Not to Flip?
March 20 at 11:00 a.m. in the CF Faculty Dining Room on the Annandale Campus
This session addresses objections to the flipped classroom. Participants will look at such issues as whether students really preview the lectures ahead of time. If students can get the material online, will they stop coming to class? Addressing these and other objections to a flipped classroom can reduce concerns about the potential downsides of flipping the classroom. 

Part V: Hands-on Developmental Session to Create Syllabi for Your Flipped Classroom.
April 3 at 11:00 a.m. in AA 158 on the Alexandria Campus
Do you want to create a viable syllabus for your course using the flipped classroom methodology? Then come to this highly interactive hands-on session and leave with a syllabus and other materials to start flipping out.

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