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SCIL Works 2016: Flipping the One-Shot Towards the Framework: The Flipped Classroom and Threshold Concepts

Flipping the One-Shot Towards the Framework: The Flipped Classroom and Threshold Concepts

Flipping the One-Shot Towards the Framework: The Flipped Classroom and Threshold Concepts

 
Presented by:

Teague Orblych

mtorblyc@umich.edu

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What is Flipped Instruction?

Defined

  • Pedagogical model in which the typical lecture and homework elements of a class are reversed.
  • Students are applying what they have learned from lectures in class rather than on their own.

Why Flip?

  • Applying Bloom's Learning Cycle Taxonomy students most need assistance with the higher level activities, which is where the flipped method has students engaging with faculty and librarian experts.

Benefits of Flipping

  • Creates a more student-centered and engaged learning environment.
  • Improved outcomes.
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