Why ‘flipped’ learning?
Flipped learning entails ‘flipping’ classroom activities traditionally confined to in-person education - discussion and collaboration, for instance - so that students can experience deeper and more meaningful learning outside of class. The flipped learning model can be a daily, weekly, or routine part of an in-person, online, or distance/remote learning classroom, and is a key strategy in helping to support meaningful education and student wellbeing in an online world.
In this course, we’ll introduce you to the essentials of flipped learning, and explore a variety of key techniques that you can learn, master and teach in (or out of) your own classroom. You’ll explore best strategies, approaches, and tools for creating effective flipped learning opportunities for your students, while also enriching your own creative skill set and deepening your knowledge.
After taking this course, you, as an educator, will:
- Understand the unique opportunities flipped or distance learning can offer your students
- Gain knowledge from experienced professionals
- Apply this new knowledge to your own classroom context
- Gain access to resources to help you create engaging opportunities for your students
Enroll now to get accredited for your professional development
The learning content in this course will take about 3 hours, and includes an optional assignment. By completing the assignment and marking this course as complete, you will receive a digital badge and a certificate for 3 hours of accredited professional learning.