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The Flipped Classroom

Non-Credit Course
15 Clock Hours

Course Description
Participants in the course will learn about what is a flipped classroom and how it differs from a traditional classroom. Pros and cons of the flipped classroom will be discussed. The videos and lessons will help you shape your view of a flipped classroom that works in your school setting. Participants will learn and gain effective lesson planning skills to flip their classroom, common pitfalls of flipped classroom planning, and resources on how to prepare students for the flipped classroom model will be examined and viewed. Techniques to motivate students and how to deal with unprepared students will be learned. Teachers will explore, examine and evaluate numerous platforms to flip their classrooms. Selection criteria for choosing a platform that fits their needs will be learned through exploring the various options each platform has. Teachers will learn about assessment strategies when using a flipped classroom and reflect on their own classroom. Interactive video platforms that allow for questioning to occur during the flipped lesson will be explored and reviewed. Upon completion of the course students will be able to create and effectively implement a flipped classroom lesson.

Global Goals of the Course
To deepen the teacher’s existing professional knowledge base by enhancing content understanding and skill acquisition in accordance with the following global goals:

1. To design and develop 21st century skills across curriculums (NBPTS 1; ISTE 1; InTASC 1, 3, 5, 7; DFFET 1abe, 2bc, 3cde, 4acef)
2. To appraise key technological tools (use of flipped classroom tools) and strategies for their impact on teaching and learning (NBPTS 1, 2, 3, 5; ISTE 2, 3; InTASC 1, 2, 4-8; DFFET 1de, 2bc, 3ce, 4af)
3. To employ emerging technology tools (Flipped Classroom programs/platforms to design, develop, and evaluate relevant experiences for students (NBPTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5; InTASC 1-8; DFFET 1abde, 2c, 3bcde, 4acef )
4. To employ other educational professionals to improve student learning through the use of flipped classroom lessons(NBPTS 5; ISTE 5; InTASC 9,10; DFFET 2c, 3ce, 4acef )


By Sarah Land
Reviewed 4 years ago
Thank you for all of the resources!

By Christina Kaufmann
Reviewed 4 years ago
Enjoyed Paul Wright's class so much, I already signed up for another course with him!

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