20 Minute Online Professional Development: How Can I Structure a Flipped Lesson?
The Monday Morning Mentor series will be available over the fall semester to bring you professional development in twenty minute snippets. The topic for the week of September 22nd is How Can I Structure a Flipped Lesson?
More information about this session (including description, topics, and learning goals) is available http://www.magnapubs.com/catalog/how-can-i-structure-a-flipped-lesson/.
The presentation is available Monday at 10:00am and is accessible through Sunday of that week. For information on accessing the presentation and supplemental materials, please view the email version of iDevelop or the Bulletin notice.
Other Professional Development Opportunities
- Space is still available for the Multi State Collaborative Professional Development Day on Friday, September 26, 2014 at the Southbridge Hotel and Conference Center. To register, view session topics, or get more information, visit the website included in the email version of iDevelop or contact the CTLA.
- Limited spaces are available for NSCC part time faculty who have never participated in the Part Time Faculty Development Program, a series developed and cultivated by Dr. Laurel Messina Duluk. Full time faculty can also participate on a space-available basis, with permission of their division dean. Network with colleagues, refresh your teaching, and benefit from the coordinated efforts of the college's academic divisions and academic support teams! For more information on the program, please contact Rebecca Twalipo in the CTLA at email@example.com. Don't delay - the first session is this Saturday, September 27th.
- FREE BOOK! Would you like a free copy of Peggy Maki's Assessing for Learning: Building a Sustainable Commitment Across the Institution? Maki is a higher education superstar, and the CTLA has twenty copies of her seminal work that we are giving to any interested NSCC faculty or staff member. Stop by the CTLA to say hi, and pick up your free copy! The CTLA is located in DB 388.
Are you currently incorporating any strategies from the flipped classroom model into your classes? What types of activities are you having your students do outside of class to introduce them to the content? What types of activities are you having your students do in-class to engage with the content? Please send us your teaching strategies and ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will share them in the upcoming issues of iDevelop.
- 7 Things You Should Know About…Flipped Classrooms
- Flipping the Classroom
- Course Design: Planning a Flipped Class
- Online Activities and Assessment for the Flipped Classroom
- In-class Activities and Assessment for the Flipped Classroom
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