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Flipping the Classroom

In its basic form, a flipped or inverted teaching style is one in which the majority of the instructional content is delivered outside of the classroom while skill development exercises, problem solving and peer collaboration are conducted within the classroom with instructor guidance and assistance. Although not strictly falling under the flipped classroom definition, there are a number of additional scenarios in which availability of normal classroom material outside of the physical classroom is particularly beneficial. This session will give faculty, support staff and technology providers a background on what a "flipped" strategy entails, what it offers, scenarios under which it would be most beneficial and an overview of the technologies available and how they can be used to support inverted teaching.
Dave Gannon, Bryant University