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A Model of Teaching: Flip Your Classroom!

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A Model of Teaching: Flip Your Classroom!


Primary Presenter: Edwige Simon

Co-Presenter: Courtney Fell

Organization: University of Colorado Boulder

Role: Foreign Language Technology Coordinator

Track: Hands-On Presentation

Topic: Instructional Model

Level: For Mere Mortals


Abstract: The flipped classroom is a model of teaching in which students view lectures/presentations at home and then come to class to do what is usually assigned as homework. In this hands-on workshop, participants will: 1) learn about the concept of the flipped classroom, 2) learn how to build and assess effective online tutorials using VoiceThread, and 3) brainstorm ways to create engaging follow-up activities for their students.


Bio: Edwige Simon is the Foreign Language Technology Coordinator at the Anderson Language Technology Center. She works closely with foreign language faculty on technology integration in the face-to-face and online classroom projects.


Description: What is a Flipped Classroom?
The Flipped Classroom Process
Pros and Cons of the Flipped Model
Create Your Own Tutorials Using VoiceThread
Other options (Knovio, etc.)
Follow up activities for the face-to-face and online classroom


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