Designing, Implementing, and Assessing Flipped Instruction: Faculty Share their Experience
Abstract or Description
Paper presented at the University System of Georgia Teaching and Learning Conference
The Flipped Learning model combines online and face-to-face instructional components to allow instructors to engage their students in the development and practice of higher order thinking and skills during class time. While this model has many benefits, there are also challenges and misconceptions associated with flipped learning among both students and faculty. In this session participants of a yearlong faculty learning community (FLC) on flipped instruction will address approaches to designing, implementing, and assessing the flipped learning model in their classes. They will discuss challenges and benefits and share strategies for creating and teaching effective flipped learning experiences in various disciplines. Participants in this session will learn about different approaches to flipped instruction, identify strategies and activities they can adapt for their own instruction, and have an opportunity to ask questions.
University System of Georgia Teaching and Learning Conference
Cornejo Happel, Claudia, Jody L. Langdon, Martha L. Hughes, Kristen Ruhland, Elizabeth Sargent.
"Designing, Implementing, and Assessing Flipped Instruction: Faculty Share their Experience."
Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology Faculty Presentations.