Flip a Lesson Plan

Flip a Lesson Plan

 

[aesop_content color=”#ffffff” background=”#333333″ columns=”1″ position=”none” imgrepeat=”no-repeat” floaterposition=”left” floaterdirection=”up” revealfx=”off”]This session covered ways to create and design a flipped lesson from start to finish. What is a flipped lesson plan? Flipping means you reverse the way you design the learning environment so students engage in activities, apply course concepts and focus on higher-level learning outcomes during class time.

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Flip a Lesson Plan Handouts
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Flip a Lesson PlanĀ Event Recording

 

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