Those of you who attended January's flipped learning event may have been pleased to experience another opportunity to discuss flipped learning during this March's Learning Event, "Thinking Outside the Virtual Training Box."
We haven't really been speaking too much about this, but our 2018 learning events program is not meant to be viewed as a series of exclusive events. Rather, these events are meant to build upon each other. Our March speaker, Corena Bahr, was excited to continue that discussion in her session, and to show how flipped learning could be implemented in a virtual training environment.
We've excerpted that discussion below. Click the image below to launch our video.
Think of this as a mini course* on flipped learning.
If you didn't attend our January meeting, consider viewing some introductory videos that help define flipped learning here:
- Blended Learning & Flipped Classroom
This 6:26 video shows how we can apply the blended learning techniques we (may be) familiar with to the flipped learning model.
- What A Flipped Classroom Looks Like
This PBS NewsHour report shows how a high school just outside of Detroit took a chance on flipping its curriculum, and the results.
Got anything you'd like to add to the conversation? Add your comments below!
*Not micro-learning, mind you. This discussion is a little less than 20 minutes.