Flipping the Session
When designing a flipped session, instructors ensure that students are prepared to engage in active learning during the session. This means that students are expected to learn key concepts they will utilize in the live session. In the live session, the instructor has the opportunity to clarify concepts that students misunderstood, and to ask students to apply the new knowledge in an active exercise. Any flipped design should include formative assessment to determine whether students grasped before-session knowledge and achieved in-session objectives.
Generally speaking, instructors may use Bloom's Taxonomy to guide them in designing activities before and during the session. The guide below describes what it means to flip a classroom and how to plan for one.
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