The Flipped Classroom is a pedagogical approach in which traditional, class-based learning is inverted, so that students are introduced to learning material before class. Classroom time is then used to deepen understanding through discussion with peers and problem-solving activities facilitated by teachers.
In traditional learning, students acquire knowledge in a classroom setting and are then sent home to synthesise, evaluate and analyse this knowledge after class. With a Flipped Classroom approach, students acquire knowledge before class and use class time to deepen learning and develop higher order cognitive skills. They will do so by practicing and applying concepts and ideas through interaction with classmates and their teacher. After the class, students reflect further on feedback from peers and their teacher and use this to deepen their learning.
One of the objectives of the flipped classroom approach is to move students from passive learners to a more constructive pedagogical orientation, where they engage in collaborative learning, peer learning and problem-based learning.
These innovative and hands on workshops, which take place over two consecutive weeks (1.5 hours per session), will:
This model of teaching and learning is highly conducive to eLearning.
This course will take place over 2 evenings. Participants must attend both evenings:
Session One - Tuesday 21st September 2021 @ 6.30pm - book at www.carrickedcentre.ie
Session Two - Tuesday 28th September 2021 @ 6.30pm - book at www.carrickedcentre.ie
Book online at www.carrickedcentre.ie and a webinar link will be emailed to you on the morning of the webinar. Please check your SPAM folder if you do not receive the link in your inbox.