Flipped Classroom (Presentation on Oct.7)

by: Stephanie Gordon, Naomi Shalit, Anne-Marie Arsenault

Here is the Nearpod Presentation. We distributed the information beforehand, in a flipped-style class.

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Here is the discussion prompts that we used to present on the day of our presentation.

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Flipped Classroom Higher Ed (presentation on July 28, 2014)

by Silvana Crigna & Micheline Ammar

The flipped classroom refers to a model of learning that rearranges how time is spent both in and out of class to shift the ownership of learning from the educators to the students.

In the flipped classroom model, valuable class time is devoted to more active, project-based learning where students work together to solve local or global challenges — or other real-world applications

The flipped classroom model is part of a larger pedagogical movement that overlaps with blended learning, inquiry-based learning, and other instructional approaches and tools that are meant to be flexible, active, and more engaging for students as well as, fostering deeper connections between teachers and their students.


Flipped Classroom K12 (Presentation on July 24, 2014)

by Josie D'Adamo & Netty Yen

  • Presentation created using Glogster. Below is the PDF version of our presentation. Our interactive presentation posters are directly accessible via Glogster with the included QR codes in the PDF format.