Many faculty at NU employ designs of flipped teaching and learning. Typically, these designs are facilitated by technologies. Selecting the right tools is important! What criteria to use? This free course might demystify the process. Happy learning!
There are many resources for flipped learning. International Flipped Learning Innovation Center (IFLIC) now connects flipped learning initiatives across countries such as China, Taiwan, Spain, UAE, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy, Korea, Argentina, Iceland, Sweden, India, and the United States. Let’s join!
Thinking about flipping your course? Thinking of making it better?
Employ a “Six Thinking Hats” approach to guide and focus students’ thinking, expand their perspectives, and generate creative approaches to solving problems”.
Use a “paired jigsaw” technique to engage students.
Do a creative combination of both!
Flipped Learning Network has moved “away from providing one-off training events and gatherings and focus our work on building and nurture the community of flipped educators that has emerged”. They started with eh great new and dynamic website, which will serve as a hub for resources, knowledge sharing, and discussions.
The new URL is http://flippedlearning.org/
From “THE Journal“:
The Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI) announced in July 2016 the launch of a radio channel dedicated to delivering insight on flipped classroom next practices. The channel will feature FLGI’s worldwide coalition of expert teachers, researchers, technologists, professional development providers and education leaders.
“We’re excited about the expanding Flipped Learning Radio to serve the entire global community. The on-demand programing will make it easier for flipped learning practitioners to stay on top of the latest research, practical insights, and best practices,” said Jon Bergmann, co-founder of flipped learning, in news release.