This online course focuses not only on flipped instruction but also on technology integration and differentiated instruction which is inherently associated with flipping the classroom. Through an examination of ways to move lower depth of knowledge content and activities out of the “spotlight” in the classroom, teachers can greatly impact student achievement by increasing the amount of class time used for higher level activities such as discussions, projects, labs, and group activities. This course will impact student learning by providing teachers a clear and specific strategy to use when meaningfully integrating technology into the classroom. Student learning will be positively impacted because flipping the classroom provides avenues for a student-centered learning environment. Participants will analyze specific models of flipped instruction and design strategies for using the teaching model in their own classes.
MEETING DATES: June 17- July 1, 2018
Courses will be available 24 hours a day online during that time; login info will be emailed by 9AM on the course start date
LOCATION: Course to be conducted online using Canvas.
AUDIENCE: K-12 Educators
INSTRUCTOR: Pamela Wetzel
MAX CLASS SIZE: 20
CREDITS: Three (3) Continuing Professional Education (CPE) graduate credit (90 Act 48 Hours). May count towards Level II Certification and Master’s Equivalency.
Note: This is NOT a University Level Graduate Course
COURSES WILL NOT BE MARKED COMPLETED AND CREDIT WILL NOT BE AWARDED PRIOR TO A COURSE ENDING DATE.
FEE: (charged approximately two weeks prior to start date) – $472.00