Go Beyond The FLIP: Stations Of Learning To Engage Your Students
Concurrent Session 1
What happens after the FLIP? The In-Class FLIP strategy enables educators to think differently about flipped learning in the classroom. By providing 'stations of learning,' students can take ownership of their learning, all at their own pace.
The In-Class FLIP strategy challenges educators to think differently about how they interact with students in the classroom or lecture hall. By developing 'stations of learning' students can then take what they learned in a video lesson at 'home' and apply it in various ways in the 'classroom.' The group-oriented 'stations' enables students to learn at their own pace and at the same time, lean on their peers for support.
Professors Carolina Buitrago and Martha Ramiriz are going beyond the FLIP. They'll provide 7 strategies to engage learning in the In-Class FLIP. The goal is to empower students and provide educators with various ways to engage student learning through technology. The In-Class FLIP can be used in K-12 and higher ed learning.
Both professors have revolutionized educators in their home country of Colombia and have spoken all over the world about flipped learning. The concept of 'In-Class' flipping is something they are passionate about and are currently co-authoring a book about this new concept.
They'll provide educators on how to introduce the In-Class FLIP to students, the strategies behind it and what technologies to use to engage learning.