The purpose of this workshop is to introduce you to existing tools that will facilitate 'Flipped' learning. We will use TED Ed to create a learning resources for your class. http://ed.ted.com/By the end of the session you will: Know the concepts and principles of flipped learningHave a prototype flipped lesson developed.Be committed to student engagement and success through new approaches to learningKnow how to learn more about flipped learning…See More
You are cordially invited to an event you won’t want to miss!On November 17, University of Phoenix will present a complimentary webinar on learning assessment in higher education. In this hour-long webcast, thought leaders from within the higher education community will speak to the challenges of assessing…See More
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