Integrating Reflection into a Flipped Classroom

The flipped classroom is a busy, collaborative, and social place. We could say it’s a place where extroversion, collaboration, and teamwork are highly valued. But what does this mean for students who don’t excel in this collaborative space? What does it mean if we’re always focused on the doing?

Read this article by Barbi Honeycutt and Sarah Egan Warren from February 17, 2014.

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Flipped Classroom

Here’s some resources for flipping your classroom.

A couple of videos that introduce the idea:

Introductory video 1

Introductory video 2

One thing neither video mentions is that you want to develop an assessment of some sort they take before they come to class so you know they did the work prior to coming to class. Dr. Bernard Bull calls that the “entrance ticket” to the face to face part of the class.:

Here is a link to the video presentation that Dr. Bull did at CUW on the Flipped Classroom:

Flipped Classroom video

Here’s a Summon library search with related matches. Faculty would need to be on campus or have their library ID available for authentication if off campus.   This link will update with additional resources.

Here’s an article about using the Flipped Classroom specific to continuing nursing education.