Date posted: November 5, 2019
by George Rowe If you’re an instructor in a higher-education classroom, it’s unlikely you haven’t heard of or used the ‘flipped learning’ or ‘flipped classroom’ approach: students access course content online via video lectures and other multimedia, then come to class armed with questions and background knowledge ready to engage in guided, workshop-oriented tasks. Through ...more about 5 Ways to Use Canvas in Your Onground Classes
Date posted: November 6, 2015
Though the flipped classroom model has amazing potential for helping students to achieve higher-order learning outcomes, flipping a course has its own special challenges. The successful flipped classroom goes beyond simply posting lectures, reading materials and videos online for students to view. Guided practice provides students with the support they need to remember and understand new content, so they come to class ready to apply, analyze and create with new course concepts. Dr. Robert Talbert, Associate Professor of Mathematics at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, has written a very helpful post which details the way he designs and implements guided practice in his flipped math classes.