Flipped Classroom

The Flipped Classroom is becoming a hot topic of conversation within the higher education learning design community.  Penn State's Teaching and Learning with Technology group recently created an excellent "Simply Speaking" video to explain just what this "classroom flipping" is all about. 


For more information about the flipped classroom model, check out the links to articles and other web resources that are listed below.  The infographic at the end of the page provides a visual representation of several facts and statistics regarding this growing educational trend.
     PSU Technologies to facilitate Active Learning Notes from program held 3/2/12 link

     Request to participate in Lecture Capture Pilot   capture@psu.edu

     White paper published by PSU Educational Technology Services link

     Audio podcast about the Flipped Classroom features ETS Director, Alan Goryke link

     Chronicle of Higher Education article, ...Flip...Can Improve the Traditional Lecture link

     Inside Higher Ed article, What you need to know... link

Confessions of a Converted Lecturer link (scroll down to video)

     Harvard University Peer Instruction in the flipped classroom link

     Research Starter Kit for Lecture Capture link

     Using Lecture Capture in a large classroom  link

     FIZZ Model of the Flipped Classroom...very interesting video

     Five Best Practices for the Flipped Classroom link

     Flipped Classroom: Is it Really all About Technology? link

     Flipped Classroom: The Role of Video link

     We're Losing Our Minds: Rethinking American Higher Education link

     Think Tank: Flip-thinking - the new buzz word sweeping the US, article by Daniel Pink link

      TEDTALK Salman Khan: Let's use video to reinvent education  link

      Twelve Resources to Keep You on Your Feet!  link

    Training Resources for Flipping the Classroom link    

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