Mostly in first person this eBook combines research with personal experience, offers strategies and explanations. Perhaps a useful resource for the active learning modules? This book is full of take home messages
Watch this free presentation, given by Mary Fanelli Ayala, Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at Eastern New Mexico University (ENMU), to learn how they achieved the ambitious goal of deploying campus-wide capture technology in less than 12 months.
This presentation outlines how ENMU went from pilot to full-scale deployment—with the support of faculty—of the most ground-breaking technological and academic initiatives in higher education, including:
Facilitating a flipped instruction pilot Faculty are exploring the idea of pre-recording lectures so students can watch them prior to class, leaving class time dedicated to dynamic discussions and interactions Creating hybrid classes Classrooms and online students interact simultaneously via live webcasts Branching out into asynchronous distance learning Helping high school students earn college credits Allow high school students to take college classes, either on campus or online, to earn high school and college credit Recording special events and guest speakers, providing professional development online, connecting alumni and more
The two teachers admit when they started flipping their classrooms they put everything into video form. Now, they’ve taken a step back and realized some things shouldn’t be in lecture form, and therefore shouldn’t be videos either. Instead, the two teachers have embraced what they call mastery learning, with an emphasis on students taking control of their own learning. Instructional videos are an optional part of a bigger move towards asynchronous learning.
Dr. Mohamed Noor, a biology professor at Duke University, has taught his Genetics and Evolutionclass twice in MOOC form, including last semester when he decided to teach it simultaneously with a new flipped classroom version for his on-campus students.
Preview and download the course iTunes U: A Course Creation Guide for Educators on iTunes U. (RT @sjunkins: An iTunes U Course on How to Create an iTunes U Course from the brilliant mind of @TresslerTech.
Though all classrooms are different, there are four critical elements that successful flipped classrooms have in common, according to a new report developed by the Flipped Learning Network, George Mason University, and Pearson's Center for Educator Effectiveness.
The report, "A Review of Flipped Learning," is designed to guide teachers and administrators through the concepts of flipped classrooms and provide definitions and examples of flipped learning in action.
The Flipped Classroom Field Guide is a compilation of best-practices and community resources centered around the flipped classroom and blended learning initiatives of the Coursera-partner community. In addition to the resources outlined in the table of contents, be sure to click on the reports below to learn more about the instructors and their flipped classrooms that motivated and informed the creation of this guide:
From Web-enhanced face-to-face courses to MOOCs, flipped, blended, and fully online courses, videos are an integral component of today’s educational landscape—from kindergarten all the way through higher education.
Switching from a traditional classroom to a flipped classroom can be daunting because there are a lack of effective models. So, what should an effective flipped classroom look like? In our experience, effective flipped classrooms share many of these characteristics:
What is self-directed learning, and what role should heutagogy play in a formal learning system?
Jackie Gerstein’s passionate thinking about learning is some of my favorite to read. She is rarely pulled down by trend or fad, but is unquestionably progressive and forward-thinking in her approaches to learning and thinking about learning.