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In this course, teachers will learn how to effectively implement flipped learning in their classrooms. Based on the four pillars of the flipped learning model, teachers will learn how to create a learner-centered classroom by moving instruction to the home through the use of video, the Internet, etc. Teachers are provided with tips and strategies on how to create engaging instructional videos and develop interactive, collaborative, and hands-on classroom activities that foster self-directed learning skills. This course also offers specific information on how to flip each of the four main content areas, as well as, cooperative learning, grouping, and assessment strategies.

Other Credits: Formerly offer as EDUC31567

Note: This is an inservice course offered in partnership through the Professional Development Institute.

Course Number: EDUC-41567
Credit: 5.00 unit(s)