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Flipping the Classroom

Flipping the Classroom. Susan Yowler, MSN, RN, CNE. Session Objectives. The learner will describe the active teaching and learning method of the flipped classroom . The learner will investigate methods to overcome personal barriers to implementing the flipped classroom.

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Flipping the Classroom

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  1. Flipping the Classroom Susan Yowler, MSN, RN, CNE

  2. Session Objectives • The learner will describe the active teaching and learning method of the flipped classroom. • The learner will investigate methods to overcome personal barriers to implementing the flipped classroom. • The learner will use an active learning method to illustrate the process of the flipped classroom. • After participating in the active learning activity, the learner will discuss potential ways to flip the classroom.

  3. What It Is & Why It Works • What is a Flipped Classroom? • Why Flipping Your Classroom Works

  4. But I Don’t Have Time To Flip… • Overcoming Barriers to Active Teaching Strategies and Flipping

  5. Here’s How It’s Done…. • The “How-To” of Flipping

  6. Assessment Methods • How To Evaluate The Flipped Classroom

  7. Take a Test Drive of the Flipped Classroom…. • Demonstration Of How To Flip The Classroom

  8. Here Comes THE FLIP… • Group Work To Demonstrate Student In-Class Activities

  9. “Flip Tips” • Discuss Several Examples Of Active Teaching Strategies For Flipping

  10. Flipping Tools Using What You Already Have To Flip

  11. Flip Other Learning Venues • Flipping the Nursing Skills Lab • Clinical Learning Experiences--- A long history of “The Flip”

  12. Think, Pair Share • Reflections on working with the class activity— • Individualizing to your students’ needs

  13. Next Steps • Flipping to effect positive change in student outcomes

  14. References • Alvarez, B. (2011). Flipping the classroom: homework in class, lessons at home. Learning First, Retrieved from http://www.learningfirst.org/flipping-classroom-homework-class-lessons-home February 11, 2014. • Bart, M. (2013). Study confirms growth of the flipped classroom. Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/edtech-news-and-trends/survey-confirms-growth-of-the- flipped- classroom February 11, 2014. • Bergmann, J. & Sams, A. (2012). Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day. International Society for Technology in Education • Billings, D., & Halstead, J. (2009). Teaching in nursing (3 ed.). St. Louis, MO: Saunders Elsevier.

  15. References • Giddens, J. F., & Brady, D. P. (2007). Rescuing nursing education from content saturation: the case for a concept-based curriculum. Journal of Nursing Education, 46(2), 65-69. • Honeycutt, B. and Garrett, J. (2014).Expanding the definition of a flipped learning environment. Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/instructional-design/expanding-definition-flipped-learning-environment/#sthash.VhP2d8Ji.dpuf February 11, 2014. • Middleton, R. (2013). Active learning and leadership in an undergraduate curriculum: How effective is it for student learning and transition to practice? Nurse Education in Practice (13), 83-88. • Missildine, K., Fountain, R., Summers, L., and Gosselin, K. (2013). Flipping the classroom to improve student performance and satisfaction. Journal of Nursing Education, 52 (10): 597-9.

  16. References • Popkess, A. (2010). The relationship between undergraduate, baccalaureate nursing student engagement and use of active learning strategies in the classroom. Doctoral thesis. Indiana University. • Nabors, K. (2012). Active learning strategies in classroom teaching: Practices of associate degree nurse educators in a southern state. Doctor of Education, Graduate School of the University of Alabama.

  17. References • National Survey of Student Engagement. (2012) Retrieved from http://nsse.iub.edu/pdf/survey_instruments/2012/NSSE2012_US_English_Paper.pdf • November, A. (2012). Flipped learning: a response to five common criticisms. November Learning, Retrieved from http://novemberlearning.com/resources/archive-ofarticles/flipped-learning-a-response-to-five-common- criticisms/ - Retrieved February 11, 2014. • Kachka, P. (2012). Understanding the Flipped Classroom: Part 1.Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-with-technology-articles/understanding-the-flipped-classroom-part-1/#sthash.7HSHMd7Q.dpuf February 11, 2014. • Kachka, P. (2012).Understanding the Flipped Classroom: Part 2.Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/teaching-with-technology-articles/understanding-the-flipped-classroom-part-2/ February 11, 2014.

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