The Innovative Instructor has had several posts on flipping your classroom [2013 GSI Symposium Breakout Session 3: Flipping the Classroom and Flipping Your Class]. Two weeks ago the Johns Hopkins School of Public Health Center for Teaching and Learning (CTL) and the Office of Graduate Education held their annual Faculty Teaching Workshop. This year’s topic was: Engaging Students in Active Learning: The Flipped Classroom and Other Strategies.
So why are we telling you this now, after the fact? The good news is that recordings were made of the sessions in the half-day workshop and have been shared along with slides and other resources.
The goals of the workshop were to:
- Articulate the purpose and value of incorporating active learning and flipping a class/session
- Evaluate the usefulness of flipping
- Compare several methods for active learning techniques
- Implement active learning and/or classroom flipping techniques in your class
The program included:
- The Active Learning Landscape, Dr. Stephen Gange, Professor of Epidemiology
- Make Learning Un-Google-able: 21st Century Pedagogies that Will Transform Education, Dr. Marcio Oliveira, Asst. Dean for Educational Innovation, UMD School of Public Health
- Promoting Active Learning in a Large “Lecture” Class; Experience from a First Try, Dr. Scott Zeger, Vice Provost for Research, JHU
- Faculty Panel: Active Learning and Flipped Classrooms at JHSPH
- Panelists: Dr. Elizabeth Golub, Epidemiology; Dr. Keri Althoff, Epidemiology; Beth Resnick, Public Health Practice; Dr. Nan Astone, Population, Family, and Reproductive Health; Moderator: Clark Shah-Nelson, Senior Instructional Designer, CTL
Macie Hall, Senior Instructional Designer
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