Resources on Flipping the Classroom

Ignis Flipping Poster Most Recent VersionBelow are six resources compiled by Alissa Sells, our SBCTC program administrator for eLearning faculty development.  These were part of a slide deck we put together for our first IGNIS webinar.

In addition, check out this slide deck from a presentation delivered at our recent Assessment, Teaching, and Learning conference.  Flipping 101: Engaging Students with Effective Integration of Technology with Ekaterina Stoops– formerly of SBCTC, and now employed at Bellevue College– offers a definition of flipped learning and much more!

Best Practices 2013 Presentation Materials Available

The presentation materials from the 2013 Best Practices Exchange  are now available on the SBCTC website.

If you click on the link, you will find

  • a copy of the agenda
  • brief descriptions about each presentation
  • the slide decks from each presenter

You can also access Davis Jenkin’s keynote presentation: “Starting with the End in Mind: Building Guided Pathways to Student Success.”

In addition, you can find the presentation and summary materials from the previous years’ events.

Flipping the Classroom: A Solution to the STEM Shortage

At the New Faculty Institute in September, a faculty member approached me with a question: she was interested in flipping the classroom, but she was also concerned about the learning curve (especially as she was in the tenure process) that might result from integrating technology in her classroom.  She asked me if I knew any good models that she could use for inspiration.

I wish I had known about this webinar, Solving the STEM Shortage with Flipped Instruction and Dual Enrollment, back then.

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