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Rethinking the Flipped Classroom

When: Monday, October 18, 2021
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Where: > See description for location
Description: Office of Faculty Development: Claire T. Carney Library Room 213

Jacqueline Einstein, Charlton College of Business
Caroline Gelmi, College of Arts and Sciences
Laura Franz, College of Visual and Performing Arts
Sarah Cosgrove, College of Arts and Sciences
Kiley Medeiros, College of Nursing and Health Sciences

Moderator: Jay Zysk, Director, Office of Faculty Development

The experience of teaching and learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic invites renewed attention to flipping the classroom, that is, a pedagogical strategy whereby students engage with readings, recorded lectures, and other instructional materials outside of class in order to make more in-class time available for active learning, group discussion, and problem solving. In this workshop, instructors will share their experiences with flipping the classroom and offer some insight, both individual and collective, to how they have innovated flipped classrooms amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Topics will include the relationship between the flipped classroom and blended learning; engaging students in a flipped classroom; creation and assessment of assignments and activities; striking a balance between out-of-class and in-class activity; and addressing challenges to designing and teaching a flipped class.

This workshop is open to all faculty and graduate student instructors. To register, please email Ellen Mandly at In-person participation will be limited to the first 10 registrants; virtual participation is available to anyone. Please make your preference known when registering. Lunch is provided for in-person participants.
Topical Areas: Faculty, Staff and Administrators, Faculty Development