Center for Innovation in Teaching & Learning
"Flipping" Traditional Approaches to Teaching
Mallory Matthews & Taylor Chesson
Feb. 7, 2023
In this session we discussed "flipping" the traditional approaches to teaching while offering some examples of ways to incorporate effective strategies. Instructors can use various tools such as Flip or Video Note to create assignments and assessments that involve video responses, such as having students record themselves explaining a concept or giving a presentation. These platforms are popularly used for the Flipped Classroom pedological model of teaching, where students can engage with the content prior to class so they can maximize opportunities of learning during class. Join us for this session as we "Flip" out over these strategies!
Flip: Discussion Alternative
Drs. Jason Beach & Kelvin Norman
October 5, 2021
Flip is a free, web-based program that is used as an instructional tool for capturing brief video comments and reactions. Flip allows students to consider other peoples’ perceptions and engage in content and feedback while developing their communication skills.
Here are a few benefits of using Flip as a resource in the classroom:
- Providing alternative assessment opportunities with verbal communication of learning.
- Providing opportunities for students to be more effective digital citizens.
- Providing a versatile instructional tool to be used as a one-time or ongoing strategy.