I would like to know what colleges are doing some flipping (the name of a professor would be nice but not needed), in what subjects, and at what level of courses (lower level or upper level). I will be presenting on the flipped classroom to my college and I would like to note specify examples of how flipping is occurring at the college level.
I am flipping an undergraduate literacy methods course for pre-service teachers. In addition, I use some elements of flipped learning in my graduate literacy methods course as well.
Hi Crystal - I am planning to flip an undergraduate literacy methods course (for middle level and secondary) this spring and am interested in some of your methods for doing that if you are willing to share. Always looking for ideas - and willing to share my own. Thanks - Tom
What college are you at?
University of California Irvine
I am on my second semester of flipping 2 college level nursing courses: Pharmacology and a senior level Nursing course. Jayme Nelson firstname.lastname@example.org
Would love to connect with you sometime. I am also in my second semester of a flipped Nursing Pharmacology class.
Peggy Kincaid (email@example.com)
I started flipping my paramedic review class (4th semester) last year where the core material is presented on video and we spend the class doing problem based learning. I was using Blackboard Collaborate to record the vidoes (over 350 so far) but I switched to Snagit so that I can post them on either Vimeo or YouTube. Here is my Vimeo channel for some sample videos.
cheers, Rob Theriault
I am planning to start flipping from 2013, for year 4 medical students studying Systemic Pathology in an integrated medical curriculum (Far North Queensland, Australia). I am grateful for any ideas and suggestions. What I propose is to use Camtasia recordings of last year's lectures for the preview and use the regular lecture hours to discuss scenario based clicker (TurningPoint) questions.
With my cultivated monotone, there used to be 50% or less attendance in the lectures last year. So a little bit concerned about whether they will sit and listen to the vodcasts! Attendance is not compulsory, so making it interesting is the only option!
I teach a flipped, accelerated Statistics 1 class at Lancaster General College of Nursing & Health Sciences. I know some of the nursing faculty are also using the Flipped Classroom Model, though I don't know for exactly which topics.
You can also find people who are flipping using evidence-based pedagogies and using screencasting at www.peerinstruction.net
I am not flipping right now, but I have flipped my graduate educational theory courses at Teachers College, Columbia University.
Organic chemistry I at Mercer University. Worked out REALLY well. I presented at the Georgia Educational Technology Conference in November, so put some resources on the conference website: http://gaetc.schoolwires.net/Page/238
I'd love to know if anyone has published papers on flipping or has used any of the pedagogical literature in designing their own courses.