What’s Next for Flipped Learning? Planning Ahead for a Great 2018-19 School Year!
While a majority of the educator community is upbeat about the Flipped learning methodology, it has been often complex for teachers and trainers to put the brilliant idea into practice. The key questions related to flipped learning such as the efficacy and implementation ideas keep the educator community awake at night. Flipped Learning has a few unique characteristics and promises several benefits.
Why Flipped Learning suits your learners?
In a flipped learning approach, students consume the instructor’s course content before coming to the class, and attempt the assignments in the class with the help of the instructor. Flipped learning approach is student-centric, inverts the traditional method of classroom teaching, and helps the students gain more control over how the teaching progresses. They get ample time to deep dive into the subject and learn at their own pace.
Research by the Flipped Learning Network has ascertained that this methodology ensures active and engaging participation among the students in the classroom. With this in mind, we are coming up with a webinar “What’s Next for Flipped Learning?”. Join Kelly, Ken and Dave, passionate and inspiring educators, as they share and explore some of their favorite resources for learning and professional development.
Key Takeaways from the session
With the 2017-18 school year drawing to a close, this session will help teachers bring fresh thinking and new ideas on flipped learning to the new school year that starts in the fall. We will also explore the wealth of resources, content, and connections available on the web and through social media.
Date and Time: Friday, June 1, 2018 | 12 PM ET
- Kelly Walsh: Founder of EmergingEdTech.com, Community Administrator for the Flipped Learning Network, and CIO and Faculty of Administration at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY.
- Ken Bauer: Flipped Learning Network Board Chair, professor in the Computing Science Department at the Tecnológico de Monterrey in Guadalajara, and recognized leader in educational technology, innovation in pedagogy, and open pedagogical practices.
- Dave Walsh: Chemistry teacher at Collingswood High School and Rowan College at Burlington County in New Jersey, and FlipTech 18 East Coast Lead Organizer.