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The past year has been an exercise in ‘pivoting’ teaching online in response to Covid-19. One of the challenges was it forced all of us to navigate the ups and downs of teaching with technology at an accelerated rate. As we move back into more in-class teaching, how can we retain some of the important elements of teaching online that were uncovered during this unique time? ‘Flipping’ your class refers to strategies to move active learning into the class/live group session, with students preparing/gaining the knowledge required in advance of the group session. Incorporating technology of ‘flipping’ your class can result in better learner engagement in the group session, more rewarding interactions, as well as deep learning of the content. We will provide examples of how to structure flipped classrooms, illustrate success and failures, and address your questions and concerns.
By the end of this workshop you will be able to
- explain the basics of the Flipped Classroom in an online environment,
- describe the advantages and barriers of the Flipped Classroom, and
- design a Flipped lesson.
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Facilitator: Kathleen Legris/Alexia Hryniuk
Ashley LaRosa Faculty Development Coordinator Office of Educational and Faculty Development S204, Medical Services Building, Bannatyne Campus Rady Faculty of Health Sciences Ashley.LaRosa@umanitoba.ca 204-272-3102 phone 204-272-3169 fax