EDU 903 The Flipped Classroom
Explores the pedagogical structure and philosophy of the flipped classroom. Investigates the tools, content management and classroom management skills necessary to teach in a flipped environment.
This course will identify differences and similarities in teaching in a traditional classroom vs. a "flipped" classroom. Presents the distinctives of a flipped classroom and investigates the necessary tools, content management and classroom management skills necessary to teach effectively in a flipped setting.
This course was previously titled "The Flipped Classroom I".
See what other educators are saying about this course
I'm more confident in how to pace a flipped unit.N.J., Art Teacher
Jason Suter is very encouraging and motivating as an instructor. He made use and introduced a great deal of technology for use in the classroom, and provided a plethora of pathways for a flipped classroom.K.Z., Social Studies Teacher
This was a wonderful intro to the flipped classroom, I was very pleased with this course, it really provided me with a great deal of information.M.F., Elementary Teacher
Each time I teach a specific lesson, I am now thinking, is this something I would like to flip? If I did flip it, would it create more learning opportunities for the students, and would it be more valuable to the student to do it on their own, or as a class.B.R.
Honestly, it was ALL great. The modules were set up in a very sequential fashion that explained the process of incorporating this tool into the classroom. Jason Sutter did a great job of utilizing sources, videos, and explanations to assist in the learning process. I am really on-board with this and excited to utilize what I have learned. I also liked our class meeting using Zoom. The final project was applicable and helped to give me a start to a lesson that I will use with my class.J.T., Science Teacher
I plan to use what I've learned and prepared in this class IMMEDIATELY as the school year starts!A.T., Elementary Teacher
This was a valuable course that offered many practical ways to implement new teaching techniques in my classroom.S.L., Math Teacher
I really enjoyed this class, the pacing, and the instructor were all great.W.L.
I learned about many changes that I can make in my classroom and to my course delivery that will better serve my students, increase engagement and rigor, and that will be more meaningful to my students as they prepare to leave high school.C.S.
Yes, I will implement these practices into my classroom. I feel very confident with my new learning.H.M., Language Arts Teacher
This is one of the best courses I have taken that will impact student learning!M.O., Language Arts Teacher
This is a great course. I recommend it to anyone who is thinking about flipping their class. There was a lot of great discussions and information that will be helpful.J.O., Math Teacher
I loved this course! It was set up perfectly for a beginner and yet challenged some of the viewpoints I had prior to learning about a flipped classroom.A.A., Math Teacher
Yes! As a matter of fact, I am starting my first flipped unit today!A.G.
This is a fantastic course! The technology and tools I took away from this course were invaluable. I'm so glad that I started my MET program with this course! The pacing and discussions were outstanding!D.M., Language Arts Teacher
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