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== Turning Learning Upside Down: A Flipped Classroom Approach ==
 
== Turning Learning Upside Down: A Flipped Classroom Approach ==
Flipped Classroom style lessons are a popular trend in higher education. Despite the popularity, many instructors focus on the recording of the pre-class materials, and put little though into why to use this strategy or how to plan and design the lesson.  This project will focus on developing the following student capabilities:
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Flipped Classroom style lessons are a popular trend in higher education. Despite the popularity, many instructors focus on the recording of the pre-class materials, and put little though into why to use this strategy or how to plan and design the lesson.  This project will focus on developing the following student capabilities (these ideas may be changed throughout the process):
 
* Describe a flipped classroom approach
 
* Describe a flipped classroom approach
 
* List the advantages of using flipped learning
 
* List the advantages of using flipped learning

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Turning Learning Upside Down: A Flipped Classroom Approach

Flipped Classroom style lessons are a popular trend in higher education. Despite the popularity, many instructors focus on the recording of the pre-class materials, and put little though into why to use this strategy or how to plan and design the lesson. This project will focus on developing the following student capabilities (these ideas may be changed throughout the process):

  • Describe a flipped classroom approach
  • List the advantages of using flipped learning
  • Select appropriate content for flipped learning
  • Identify characteristics of an engaging pre-class assignment
  • Integrate higher order learning activities during class time
  • Design a lesson using a flipped classroom approach


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