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Flipped Learning

According to the Flipped Learning Network, “Flipped Learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter.”

This resource page provides ideas for out-of-class material. For in-class activities, click here. For more about flipped teaching, click here.

Out-of-Class Material

For additional ideas, contact IDLT personnel and/or search for teaching resources specific for your discipline.

1. Recording your own lectures

  • Camtasia
  • Office Mix (note this is changing to Microsoft Stream)
  • Screencastify—there is a free and premium version of the software
  • Zoom- ITS Knowledge Base has information on using Zoom to record lectures

2. Finding recordings that you can use

3. Assigned Readings

4. Helpful video about out-of-class work (from the University of Texas at Austin's Faculty Innovation Center)

Dr. Chaya Gopalan administering a quiz 

Students in Dr. Chaya Gopalan’s class take a quiz over material presented in an out-of-class lecture which they viewed prior to coming to class.
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