“Flipping the classroom describes a teaching strategy where students begin learning about new material outside of class, either by selected reading assignments or lecture videos, and then using the class time for students to solidify their understanding by actively participating in activities such as problem-solving, discussion, or debates. During this workshop, you will develop a plan to flip a class in one of your courses including plans for activities and what materials to provide outside of class.
- Explore concrete strategies for “flipping” courses.
- Build a community of faculty members engaging with “flipping” pedagogy.
- Consider pedagogical strategies for teaching in a flipped classroom.
- Explore techniques for exposing students to content before class.
- Identify in-class activities that facilitate learning.
- Select methods that reach diverse learners and improve student learning.
- Develop an individual plan for “flipping” a class in an upcoming course.
Who Should Attend?
- Faculty and Staffs in higher education
- K-12 teachers
- Graduate Students
- Whoever has interested on professional development
Photos from Previous Offerings
Previous Offerings of This Workshop
|Saudi Aramco Summer Program for Science and Math Teachers||Saudi Aramco||23/07/2009||Teachers and Education Supervisors||Arabic|
|Second International Conference on e-Learning||National Center for e-Learning in Saudi Arabia||25/02/2011||Faculty Members at Saudi Universities||Arabic|
|Academic Development of Faculty Members for the Preparatory Year at Taibah University||Ghadan Consulting||27/08/2013||Faculty members for the preparatory year at the University of Taiba||Arabic|
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