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How to ‘Flip’ the Classroom
“Flipping” the classroom is a new pedagogical approach that promises to re-energize learning. Instead of focusing on lectures during class time, it asks instructors to treat classrooms as hubs for conversations and hands-on workshops, while delivering lessons and other resources online.

The recent wave of remote learning technology means flipping the classroom is more feasible than ever.

On September 21, The Chronicle is gathering a panel of higher education experts to share advice on how to successfully flip classrooms, including:

-Integrating new learning tools
-Cultivating administrative support
-Rethinking the teaching process

You’ll leave with practical tips to transform the classroom environment at your own institution.

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Speakers

Beckie Supiano
Senior Reporter @The Chronicle of Higher Education
Cynthia J. Brame
Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Department of Biological Sciences @Vanderbilt University
Doug Ward
Associate Director for the Center for Teaching Excellence @University of Kansas
Ravisha Mathur
Associate Professor of Lurie College of Education @San José State University