Next-Generation Technology Impacts on Quality in Online Learning
Flipping the Classroom: Why Didn't I Do This Earlier?
Michelle Dykes, Assistant Professor, Georgia Southwestern State University
Michelle Dykes is an assistant professor of nursing at Georgia Southwestern State University in Americus, Georgia. Her areas of interest include nursing simulation, medical surgical nursing, and nursing informatics.
The concept of the flipped classroom has been a hot topic in education in the last few years. This session will discuss the implementation process, student feedback, and outcomes in a medical-surgical nursing course. Topics will include: the process of flipping the classroom, in-class teaching strategies, and addressing student concerns. Discussion will focus on simple strategies for flipping the classroom and how to address student concerns related to the alternative to the traditional lecture. Attendees will be invited to participate in a sample flipped classroom activity.
Learning Objectives
Explain the purpose, benefits, and limitations of the flipped classroom strategy.
Discuss implementation strategies for the flipped classroom.
Identify flipped classroom activities.
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