Flip your class with proven methods
Lesson created by Julie Schell using
Video from BokCenter YouTube Channel
What is a flipped classroom, anyway? In a traditional flip, teachers capture lectures on video & students view them as "homework." In class, students apply concepts learned at home. Peer Instruction, developed by Eric Mazur at Harvard is one way to do something innovative with your flip. Until we fix it, find the below video is here.
Additional Resources for you to Explore
Learn more about flipping your classroom using Peer Instruction on the official Peer Instruction Blog, Turn to Your Neighbor. Including how to motivate your students to read before class and how to address student resistence to flipped teaching. You can find a quick start guide for flipping your class with PI, translated into seven languages, and a quick start guide for creating screencasts or lecture videos. Make sure to check out Peer Instruction Network, a database of educators using or interested in Peer Instruction. 2 key best practice tips for implementing PI are located at these two links: http://blog.peerinstruction.net/2012/03/23/to-vote-or-not-to-vote-best-practices-in-peer-instruction/http://blog.peerinstruction.net/2012/03/29/show-me-the-histogram-best-practices-in-peer-instruction/