This webinar is hosted in English
Dr. Nellie Deutsch discuss flipping classes and mobile learning. What does it mean to flip a traditional face-to-face class?
Teachers do not need to be the center of learning in their classes anymore. They can now pass the learning to their students by flipping their classes. Flipping a class means providing the content for students to view and review at home or outside the face-to-face classroom. Teachers provide the content by creating audio/videos. The videos can be done in live virtual classrooms such as WizIQ. During the live online classes, students can ask questions and get support. The recordings of the live online classes can then be viewed and reviewed anywhere at anytime before and after the face-to-face class. Once the content is out there for the students to access and learn from, class time is then devoted to questions and ongoing support as well as on homework and assignments.
Doctor of Education
Janet Salmons has served on the online graduate faculty of the Capella University School of Business since 1999. She is an independent researcher, writer and consultant through <a href="http://www.vision2lead.com" > her website </a>.
Dr. Salmons’ inquiry into emerging online methods has resulted in development of numerous books, models including the new QualitativeOnline Interviews available from Sage Publications or your favorite bookseller.