What Does Flipped Learning Lead To?
In flipped learning, the traditional classroom based learning approach is inverted and students are given the learning material before the class, thereby leaving the classroom time open for more collaborative activities like discussions, group activities, role play and much more.
So, what does flipped learning lead to? Flipped learning is a methodology that opens many paths for stakeholders to travel by freeing up time in the group space.
With this in mind, FLN board members Matt Moore and Dave Walsh are conducting a webinar to discuss different paths one can take to implement the flipped learning model.
Key takeaways from the session:
- Learn about the different flipped learning models FLN board members Matt and Dave have implemented in their own Flipped Learning journey
- Get to know about different paths other teachers have taken using the flipped learning model
- Learn about how to use grades, role exchange, student independence, higher order exploration, and other best practices in flipped learning approach
Date and Time: Friday, October 05, 2018 | 12 PM ET | 9:30 PM IST
- David Walsh has been teaching high school science at Collingswood High School in New Jersey since 2003. He is also an adjunct professor at Rowan College at Burlington County. David was also the coordinator of the inaugural FlipTech conference, FlipTech East Coast 2018, in June of 2018 at Collingswood High School in New Jersey and he is a Flipped Learning Network board member and Treasurer.
- Matthew T. Moore is the author of the book DIBs: Using Digital Instruction Blocks. He is also a board member for the Flipped Learning Network and a co-founder of the Illinois Flipped & Blended Learning Network. Matthew is a mathematics teacher with seventeen years of experience at the high school level and has also served as an adjunct instructor at the local community college since 2004.