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Flipping Fundamentals  Part 1 (NISOD webinar)

Meeting Date(s):Wednesday, April 5, 2017
Time:12:00pm- 1:00pm
Instructor:Page Wolf
Contact Hours:1
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Description:Have you ever thought about flipping your class, but didnt know where to start? Are you worried that your flip will flop? Do you want your learning environment to be engaging and exciting? Participate in this three-part webinar series and discover the fundamentals of the flipped classroom. If you teach, train, or encourage students, this is the professional development opportunity for you! During part one of this three-part webinar, participants discover what it means to flip a lesson or a class, as well as how to effectively flip learning experiences.

Additionally, this first installment provides a variety of resources that help participants determine appropriate learning outcomes, and shows participants how to access resources to create out-of-class experiences necessary for successful flipped learning.

Presenter: Tom Grady, Coordinator, Faculty Development, Johnson County Community College; Patricia G. Adams, Lead Instructor, Psychology; Happy D. Gingras, Instructor, Sociology, Pitt Community College

To view this NISOD webinar, after registering through the TLETC, please visit: and register with NISOD with username-"" and password-"nisod76".

To earn TLETC credit for viewing this webinar, you will need to submit a 1-2 page summary NO LATER THAN April 12, 2017. The paper should include the following and should be emailed to :

  • A summary of what the webinar was about
  • Main points from the presentation that stood out to you and why
  • Any questions that were generated from the topic or that remain unanswered
  • Commentary on how you might apply the information you learned from this session in your instruction