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  1. Course Design: Planning a Flipped Class

    In a flipped classroom students engage with lectures or other materials outside of ... This is not a new idea, but the current usage of the term “flipped” is generally associated with students engaging with materials online ... students starts to decrease after ten or fifteen minutes, so flipping the class can help keep students focused and learning for the whole ...

  2. In-class activities and assessment for the flipped classroom

    In a flipped classroom students engage with lectures or other materials outside of ... in the classroom. For a more detailed description of what a flipped classroom is and what in-class activities are possible see  CTE ... Peer Instruction Other resources Flipping a Class : an online resource from the Faculty Innovation Centre, ...

  3. Screencasts

    ... and interactive learning activities. This is called  flipping the classroom . Screencasts also allow instructors to deliver ... tips Camtasia ​ Course Design: Planning a Flipped Class Other resources Leveraging Recorded ...

  4. Online Activities and Assessment for the Flipped classroom

    In a flipped classroom students engage with lectures or other materials outside of ... in the classroom. For a more detailed description of what a flipped classroom is and what in-class activities are possible see   CTE Teaching Tips, “ Course design: planning a flipped class ” and “ In-class activities and assessments for the ...

  5. Bloom's Taxonomy Learning Activities and Assessments

    ... Creating examples Demonstrations Flipped classrooms Gallery walk Gamification ...

  6. Course Design: Planning a Class

    ... Questions to Consider Course Design: Planning a Flipped Class Other resources Prégent, R. (1994). Charting ...

  7. Community-Based Learning

    ... where possible problems and challenges exist. Using a ‘flipped classroom model’ can help provide the structure students need to ... time. (For more information see Course design: planning a flipped class ) Incorporate opportunities for public demonstration of ...

  8. Lightboard: Helping Students See Key Concepts

    ... glass from the other side. The image is then digitally “flipped” so that the instructor’s writing does not appear to be ...

  9. Clickers

    ... that was assigned for class. This can help to support the flipped classroom.  Clickers can be used to facilitate peer ...

  10. Building Community in Large Classes

    ... at: In-class activities and assessment for the flipped classroom First class ice breakers using mobile devices ...

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