Document Type

Presentation

Session Description

In this session, educational innovators will share experiences from a Flipped Faculty Institute. Participants in this highly interactive session will identify activities to support active learning inside the classroom, explore tools and multimodal resources to facilitate engagement outside the classroom, and discuss how this model of faculty development could be implemented at your institution. Hamline’s collaborative model of instructional support will highlight the benefits and considerations of sharing expertise and resources. You will hear from a librarian, academic technologist, instructional consultant and a faculty member about how this model leveraged limited resources and can enhance innovation in teaching and learning.

Keywords

flipped classroom, hybrid, faculty development, institute, support, flipping

Audience Focus

Both K-12 and Higher Education

Start Date

7-27-2016 3:00 PM

End Date

7-27-2016 4:00 PM

Brief Biography of Primary Presenter

Dr. Caroline Hilk serves as the director and faculty development coordinator in the Center for Teaching and Learning at Hamline University. She teaches online and face-to-face courses, consults with faculty on innovative instructional approaches, assessment, course design, and oversees university-wide faculty development programming.

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Jul 27th, 3:00 PM Jul 27th, 4:00 PM

Exploring the Flipped Side: Inside and Outside the Flipped Classroom

In this session, educational innovators will share experiences from a Flipped Faculty Institute. Participants in this highly interactive session will identify activities to support active learning inside the classroom, explore tools and multimodal resources to facilitate engagement outside the classroom, and discuss how this model of faculty development could be implemented at your institution. Hamline’s collaborative model of instructional support will highlight the benefits and considerations of sharing expertise and resources. You will hear from a librarian, academic technologist, instructional consultant and a faculty member about how this model leveraged limited resources and can enhance innovation in teaching and learning.