Flipping the Classroom

The Digital Professor Academy instructional design team will present an introduction to the concept of Flipped Learning where lectures are delivered via short videos and classroom time can be used for active problem solving, discussion, and small group activities. These instructional strategies are effective in a traditional class, blended, and online as it actively transfers the responsibility and ownership of learning to the student.

Location: Faculty Innovations Commons in Meyer Library Room 204

Please RSVP to fctl@missouristate.edu indicating which session you plan to attend.  Visit the MSU calendar for more event information.

DAY DATE TIME AM/PM
M 25-Feb 1:00-2:30

PM

T 26-Feb 10:00-11:30

AM

R 28-Feb 9:00-10:30

AM

R 28-Feb 1:30-3:00

PM

At the conclusion of this session faculty will:

  • Practice facilitating a blended or online lesson
  • Develop faculty presence and your voice for online communications
  • Create and embed video and audio in Blackboard
  • Learn effective teaching strategies for flipping the classroom

Find more information about other events in this week’s Provost Communiqué.

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