Presented By: Nancy Moreau

Keywords: Assessment, Flipped Pedagogy, and Repurposing Tech

Flipping the Classroom is the “”New Idea”” floating around Educational Circles today. The presentation will begin by defining “”flipped”” to make sure all participants are beginning with the same assumptions. A brief history and review of supporting research will follow. Examples of flipped classrooms will be presented in the fields of accounting, psychology, education and math from ongoing experimentation at the presenter’s institution. Addition strategies will be shared which can be incorporated into other disciplines. At this point the group will divide up into groups and brainstorm some ways to flip some lessons in their curriculum. The results be put on poster paper and shared in a gallery walk.

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