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Successful Teaching Practices


Successful Teaching Practices is CETL's signature group program. Each semester we feature six sessions that focus on one area of teaching.
Fall 2017: How UW-Eau Claire Faculty Flip Their Teaching

Flipping Your Class GraphicWhat does it mean to flip a course? It's reversing the lecture and homework sequence, but it's a lot more than flipping the "where" and "when"; it's adding the "why" and "how".

It's sometimes redirecting the spotlight from you to the students and giving them activities to think, write, and experiment together. To flip is to "Focus on your Learners by Involving them in the Process" (Honeycutt 2012).

Each 50-minute session will feature one of your colleagues who has used some form of flipped pedagogy. Come learn why they decided to change the way they teach, how they got started, the challenges they overcame, and how they are now using the flipped strategy.

All of the sessions are held on Thursdays from 11:00 - 11:50 a.m. in CETL, Old Library 1142.

Date Featured Faculty Member
Description
September 21, 2017
Jean Pratt  

Increase student engagement and performance through integration of active-learning technologies and activities.

September 28, 2017
Abby Hemmerich Experience the student perspective in a flipped classroom, and leave with some ideas for implementation.
October 5, 2017
  This session will be offered in a workshop format and will focus on how to get started with flipping a class or unit. Bring any materials you would like to work on.
October 12, 2017
Abra Brisbin Flipping the facts: Easing your students (and yourself) into the flipped classroom.
October 19, 2017
Marc Mc Ellistrem First introduction to the material: the textbook.
October 26, 2017
Jerry Hoepner

Why you should think about sandwiching your flip – bookending in-class work time with content review and validation.

November 2, 2017

Angie Sterling-Orth

Find out how one faculty member embedded an active learning/flipped style within a hybrid model of instruction to handle growing class sizes.