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".
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It was beneficial. A great introduction to flipping the classroom.R.L., Math Teacher
This was a great course for all educators. It meets you where you are at and provides everyone with valuable information you can take back to your class immediately!L.M., Math Teacher
It gave me another way to deliver core content and the ability to meet the needs of the higher students and the strugglers.B.F., Elementary Teacher
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
Very useful tools with technology, not just flipping. This has helped my in ways to differentiate the classroom also!D.P., World Languages Teacher
I have already begun implementing the material from the course. I appreciated the applicable feedback and answers to questions i received on how to implement the flip. Also, I've used twitter about 100 times more now than I ever did in the past.A.F., Language Arts 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
I liked how this class went over the history and flipping and not just how to flip.J.W., Math Teacher
I loved this course. The pace was perfect, and I especially appreciated the small class size and discussions via Moodle and Flipgrid. I learned a great deal about what flipping is, the benefits of flipping, and how to do it in my classroom.T.G., Elementary Teacher
Yes! As a matter of fact, I am starting my first flipped unit today!A.G.
Understanding the in-class flip.L.M., Social Studies Teacher
Lots of great tools to improve teaching methods and maximize student interactions!E.T., Librarian
The discussion aspect from all of the other teachers in the class as well as the instructor feedback. I also really enjoyed the "push" to explore Twitter and find so many of my own resources to use in the future. I plan to continue this exploration well beyond this class.A.T., Elementary Teacher
Creation of the final project was utilized in my own classroom; practical.T.L., Elementary Teacher
This course really opened my eyes to the Flipped classroom. I had my own thoughts on what a flipped classroom looked like and this class changed that view, which helped me start to move towards flipping some of my class.A.G., Social Studies Teacher