Cultivating Active Learning With the Flipped Classroom
The lecture has always been the primary means of content delivery in the college classroom. However, instant access to information has weakened attention spans and the traditional classroom is no longer suitable for the newest generation of learners. The flipped classroom is a pedagogical technique in which activities that typically occur during class are moved outside of the classroom. The design reduces the need for direct classroom instruction and allows opportunities for interactive learning activities. Participants in this session will gain an understanding of the principles of this instructional technique and will engage in exercises designed to demonstrate active learning
Bentley, Ashley, "Cultivating Active Learning With the Flipped Classroom" (2019). ETSU Faculty Works. 805.