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Thursday, June 9 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Flipped Learning: Requires Strategic Planning and Execution (1:00 - 1:50) FILLING

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Higher education instructional methods are entering into an unprecedented time of change where after centuries information transmission or lecture style teaching methods are being questioned and new ways of teaching are being suggested (e.g., Fink, 2013; Lakkala, Toom, Ilomaki & Muukkkonen, 2015; Keeling & Hersh, 2012).

This study investigated the effectiveness of a flipped classroom model from both the instructors' and the students' perspectives in the context of university Communications courses. While merits of the flipped model were found, this research also found that both student and faculty preparedness are significant factors in determining its success.

The flipped model requires strategic planning, and execution. In many ways if requires faculty to flip their practice.

Presenters
Linda Pardy, Ed. D., Associate Professor, University of the Fraser Valley
Samantha Pattridge, Department Head, Associate Professor, University of the Fraser Valley 

Speakers
LP

Linda Pardy

Associate Professor, University of the Fraser Valley
UFV
SP

Samantha Pattridge

Department Head, Associate Professor, University of the Fraser Valley
UFV


Thursday June 9, 2016 1:00pm - 1:50pm
Carrera Conference Room (Third Floor)

Attendees (16)