Make the Flipped Classroom Connect: Clicking, Quizzing and Podcasting to Competencies

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Are you still searching for strategies to actively engage your students and make learning a fun experience? This panel presentation briefly introduces the Flipped Classroom model, demonstrates several useful learning technologies for engaging students, and offers tips on linking web-based teaching tools for student development of core competencies. Learning technologies covered include audience response systems (mobile iClicking, embedded quizzes) and the use of audio enhanced teaching tools (podcasts and voice-over Powerpoints). These learning technologies can facilitate the reinforcement and assessment of course content as well as establish links to attainment of course competencies. This session provides a valuable addition to the university instructor’s teaching tool-kit.

During this interactive session, panel members will provide short video examples from current courses. Session participants will follow a step-by-step process for creating a short interactive quiz (Quizmaker and Presenter), setting up a mobile iClicker activity, tailoring an audio/video lecture, and using a podcast for course feedback. Audience questions and participation will be integrated into the presentation as panel members explain and demonstrate the suggested use of these learning technologies.

  • Anne Hewitt, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA
  • Nalin Johri, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA
  • Riad Twal, Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA

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