Flipping: Turning the Classroom Inside Out (Part 2)

Workshop facilitated by Margarett Alexandre, Health Professions, Emily Davidson, Health Professions, and Lidia Gonzalez, Mathematics & Computer Science.
When Mar 13, 2014
from 12:00 PM to 01:45 PM
Where AC 4EA1
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Contact Phone 718-262-2686
Attendees Faculty and Staff
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Reverse instruction/flipping is an innovative method of teaching that promotes an atmosphere of active learning, originally used by Bergmann and Sam (2012) in secondary education to teach science and math. This method of teaching keeps students on track and engaged in learning. Several York faculty have utilized this approach to teaching and will present their experiences.

Sponsored by the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning (CETL).

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