FREE REPORT from Faculty Focus: Blended and Flipped Classrooms
Faculty Focus published a special FREE report titled, "Blended and Flipped Classrooms: Exploring New Models for Effective Teaching and Learning" which focuses on flipped and blended learning in higher education.
Here's an Overview of the Blended and Flipped Classrooms Report:
This special report features 12 articles curated from past issues of The Teaching Professor, Online Classroom, and Faculty Focus.
With six articles dedicated to blended learning and six articles on the flipped classroom, Blended and Flipped Classrooms: Exploring New Models for Effective Teaching & Learning provides an inside look at how faculty are using these approaches to reshape the college classroom.
- Putting the Learning in Blended Learning
- Recommendations for Blended Learning Course Design
- The Process Approach to Online and Blended Learning
- Expanding the Definition of a Flipped Learning Environment
- “I Don’t Like This One Little Bit.” Tales from a Flipped Classroom
- Looking for ‘Flippable’ Moments in Your Class
Regardless of the definitions used to describe each approach, at the heart of both blended learning and flipped learning is a learner-centered curriculum that changes the traditional roles of instructor and student.The FLIP It articles offer a different perspective and interpretation of the flipped classroom model. In my work, the FLIP is when you Focus on your Learners by Involving them in the Process.
This framework and philosophy provide more opportunities for you to expand on the definition and application of the flipped learning model in your courses. The focus is not on videos or technology. The focus is on involving your learners in the process of engaging in higher level critical thinking skills during class time.
This report presents several articles from this framework and also presents other definitions and interpretations. Learn more and download your free report!