Instructor: Megan Gonzalez 3 Graduate Credits
Drake Course #EDMT 256
Please Note - Andrews University will process no more than 18 credits per session, and transcripts reflect the session in which you complete the course.
Pandemic teaching and learning has created extreme and inconsistent gaps in learning for students of all ages. Flipped learning is a dynamic approach that is used to empower learners through the fostering of an individualized and customized learning space. It allows teachers to redefine their instruction while giving students the autonomy to move at their own pace, revisit important material, and achieve mastery. This innovative course will explore the concept and practical application of flipped learning and provide an overview of various programs and applications used in the creation process. Participants will be guided through the production of their own flipped lessons while learning how to incorporate elements of interactivity, assessment, data collection and feedback.
This is a hybrid course with both face-to-face instruction, as well as online classwork. The skills and strategies explored in this course can be applied to all content areas.
This course has previously been approved for METHODOLOGY.
Live Meetings: There will be live interactive meetings. Dates and times to be announced. There will be make-up dates if you cannot attend.
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