Are You Prepared to Flip It? Techniques for Flipping Your Classroom

  • 18 Oct 2017
  • 12:00 PM - 1:30 PM
  • CHC - 2750 11th Street, Rock Island, IL


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Presented by Gale Mote from
Gale Mote Associates

“A great learning experience is not about the content, 
but about the way the content is taught.”

Julie Dirksen, Design for How People Learn

Like most trainers, I have too much content and not enough hours.  As I complete my needs assessment, develop my instructional design and present the deliverables to my stakeholders, the response is usually, “This is so great.  Can you accomplish it in less time?”

Those of us who understand and respect adult learners know that our courses must be relevant and allow time for practical application and discussion. Research regarding learning transfer suggests that there is better retention and application of learning when we deliver for application.

So this brings me to my interest in the Flipped Classroom. I desperately needed help on how to restructure my classes so that my time with participants had maximum impact.

Flipped Classroom is an approach to learning that reverses traditional facilitation by delivering content, often online, outside of the classroom environment. In-person time is spent on experiential, hands-on activities and learner-generated content to increase meaning making.

During this dynamic and interactive presentation, participants will:

  • Describe the concept and model of the flipped classroom and how it provides a differentiated learning experience.
  • Generate ideas for how to incorporate the flipped classroom model into their own organizations.
  • Examine how a flipped classroom helps to increase the transfer of learning and reduce learning scrap.

 Wednesday, October 18th

Please register by Monday, October 16th

Community Health Care Auditorium
Rock Island, IL

Lunch will be served at Noon and the presentation will take place from 12:30pm - 1:30pm.  

 (Park at the south end of the building and enter through the auditorium door or enter through the medical door, turn left and go straight ahead into the auditorium.)

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