The flipped classroom is a much-publicized model. But flipping "bad" instruction won't lead to good instruction. This course introduces a flipped classroom model that combines key elements of inquiry-based learning and sound student engagement strategies to enhance the learning experience both in and out of the classroom.
Draw on prior knowledge of flipped learning strategies to construct new understanding through interaction with current research literature involving the relevance of inquiry-based instruction.
Develop unique flipped learning strategies using inquiry-based learning.
Utilize the 5E lesson cycle model to create inquiry-based flipped lesson plans.
Practice creating interactive instructional videos, being mindful of incorporating inquiry-based questioning strategies throughout.
Create assessments for flipped classroom learning objectives that provide timely and thoughtful feedback to students.
Participate in collaborative discussions with colleagues, including plans for measuring the effectiveness of their flipped classroom practices.
Share ideas for communicating flipped classroom intentions and expectations with administrators, colleagues, parents, and students.
Professional Development Credit Hours:
September 11 - October 22
October 23- December 3
Spring 2018 Sessions:
January 8 - February 18
February 19- April 8
April 9- May 20
Summer 2018 Sessions:
June 4- July 15
July 16- August 26