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.
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Excellent structure and content. Every teacher should take this course!N.C., World Languages Teacher
I really enjoyed this class and feel like I got very valuable information from it that I can apply and implement in my classroom.A.R., Language Arts Teacher
My learners would benefit from applying new use of web based tools in their learning.M.S., Elementary Teacher
Regardless of the availability of technology in your school, this course offered a lot of practical strategies that teachers can begin implementing immediately.L.L., Elementary 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
I have gradually been leaning toward doing a flipped classroom, but this gives me the confidence to be able to more forward with everything.W.H., Math Teacher
I really liked all the views on the Flipped Classroom and realizing there isn't just one way to flip your room. There is a variety of ways to make this work within the classroom.A.R., Language Arts Teacher
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
I really enjoyed the course and felt the content and assignments were well connected.H.H., Elementary Teacher
Research and articles that were pertinent to the topics. Hearing what others are doing/plan to do.C.S.
The depth of understanding new trends in education, like flipping, and knowing how to use them as a tool.B.G., Math Teacher
I learned many new strategies about a flipped class.L.M., Social Studies Teacher
This is one of the best courses I have taken that will impact student learning!M.O., Language Arts Teacher
I really enjoyed this class, the pacing, and the instructor were all great.W.L.
Excellent course- very adaptable to a variety of content and levelJ.M., Social Studies Teacher