Do you have any experience using the Flipped Class in your own instruction?
More readings and a video you can consult before the OLA workshop.
A Planning Model for the Flipped Classroom
Welcome to the Flipped portion of our OLA Superconference Presentation. Following the model above, you are encouraged to create an out of class task (pre-class activity) before attending the conference. Through this process, you will experience a flipped classroom and learn more about the pedagogy behind it.
We typically motivate students to complete these activities by assigning marks. Your motivators might include:
Read the following articles:
Submit your activity through the Fluid Survey link below:
Your submission will be posted to this LibGuide. We hope to make a collection of shareable ideas.
If you have questions, contact any of the presenters profiled on the right.
The flipped classroom model encourages in-class student engagement, peer-peer and student-instructor interactions to reinforce the material learned through the pre-class activities. We plan to model this process and facilitate group discussion during our presentation.