Flipping Large Classes: Three Strategies to Engage Students

Thinking about flipping your course? Thinking of making it better?

We have a variety of resources available for you to browse here. This is a new one from Faculty Focus (make you subscribe to it) offering the following strategies:

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!

Happy teaching

Flipped Learning Global Initiative Launches Worldwide Radio

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.

Programming for Flipped Learning Worldwide Radio will be streamed on the FLIG site, syndicated on BAM Radio Network and available as podcasts on iTunes.