Flipped Learning (Workshop Materials)
Have you ever walked away from a class thinking you understood the content, just to blank out while trying to apply what you learned? Or perhaps you get the same question over and over from students about a concept you thought you covered well in class? Why did this happen? Request a workshop for your team/one-on-one with an Instructional Designer here: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Pre-Class Activities and Resources
Because this workshop is intended to teach you about flipped learning, we are going to use flipped learning principles to deliver it. To that end, there are a few things that you will need to prepare before we meet in person on Wednesday. This will lay the foundation needed to complete the activities in workshop.
Total time to complete: about 15-20 minutes
View Video: What is Flipped Learning?
Please take 5 minutes to watch this video overview about Flipped Learning, straight from the founder of the movement! Flipped Learning was developed by K-12 teachers, so you will hear references to kids and K-12 course work. While the student body may be different, the principles are the same.
Questions to consider while you watch the video:
– What is Flipped Learning?
– What are some ways you can use your face-to-face time using a Flipped Learning model?
– What are some ways you can hold your students accountable to doing the pre-class work?
– What is a good starting point for determining how to get started with Flipped Learning?
Complete Worksheet: Planning a Flipped Learning Lesson – Part 1
Think about your assigned topic and the amount of time you have with the students. What do you want students to know or be able to do at the end of that session? As you are filling out this worksheet, think about areas of difficulty, assessments, and how your content might be redesigned to include more active learning. You only need to complete Part 1.
Below are some resources to help get you started:
- Presentation Slides (PDF)
- Planning A Flipped Lesson Complete Worksheet (Word)
- Evaluating a Flipped Learning Activity (PDF)
How can we help you?
The Instructional Design Team is available to assist you with designing and developing your Flipped Learning Activity. To contact us, please email email@example.com.
TIP: Be sure to give yourself plenty of time to design and develop your activity. If you plan on pre-recording a presentation, you need to have all of your files and recordings to us one week in advance to it needing to be available to students.