For Faculty: Flipped Classroom Model

Have you thought about flipped learning – the teaching and learning model that has students listening to lectures that are recorded for homework and then doing what used to be homework during class?

If you have tried this model, even just as a way to combat a snow day or illness, this post, from The Chronicle’s Casting Out Nines blog, is a must-read.  It contains a 20 minute video presentation and written notes that discusses four aspects of the flipped model of which everyone should be aware.  Check it out!

http://chronicle.com/blognetwork/castingoutnines/2014/06/05/four-things-i-wish-id-known-about-the-flipped-classroom/

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