Flipping the Classroom - Succeeding With Reverse Instruction
College of Westchester CIO and EmergingEdTech author Kelly Walsh shares examples of “flipping the classroom,” encouraging the consumption of instructional content outside of the classroom, leaving valuable classroom time for reinforcement, review, and other work. The idea of “reverse instruction” has been around for years, but it has been gaining momentum in recent years through high-profile efforts like the Khan Academy, and success stories like those shared in this presentation.
Kelly Walsh, College of Westchester
Kelly Walsh is CIO at The College of Westchester in White Plains, NY. In 2009, he founded the popular website EmergingEdTech.com, where he writes regularly about emerging Internet and instructional technologies and how they are being used to improve learning outcomes, facilitate instruction, and yield administrative efficiencies. Walsh regularly presents on flipping the classroom and other education technology topics at schools across the U.S. He will be delivering the session, “Emerging Instructional Technologies: Engaging Students and Enhancing Learning Outcomes“ at the UB Tech 2013 conference in June. Walsh’s recent eBook, "iPads in Education: Implementations, Apps, and Insights" is available on iTunes.