Join your colleagues Chris Henige, Beth King, and Katrina Liu as they share their experiences with flipped classes. This session is scheduled for February 11, 2014, from 1:00 – 2:00 pm, in the University Center, room 259.
Typically, “flipping” is considered to be the practice of using video segments to disseminate content-rich lessons outside of the classroom, thereby allowing classroom time to be used for interaction and hands-on activities. However, the flipped classroom model can take many forms and may also involve a wide variety of technologies and methodologies. Join your UW-Whitewater colleagues as we consider what it means (and does not mean) to “flip” a classroom and discuss the potential benefits and pitfalls of this practice.
Reserve your seat today at https://my.uww.edu/signup/ under LEARN Center.
This event is sponsored by the Learning Technology Center (LTC) and the LEARN Center.