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This course will help you send instruction home and bring “homework” into your classroom, where you can help your students when they get stuck. You will learn how to structure a flipped class, evaluate the right tools, and produce effective instructional videos.
After completing this training course, you will earn 0.1 CEUs and a certificate of completion in your Adventist Learning Community e-portfolio.
Before taking this class, you should be competent in using a Learning Management System (LMS). It is recommended that you take the ALC course Methodologies for Learning Management Systems before taking this course.
By the end of this course you will be able to:
Desmond Suarez II has been teaching Bible, History, and Computer classes from campus to campus via video conferencing at Richmond Academy since 2012. He is also currently working on his masters in Instructional Systems and Learning Technologies from Florida State University online. You can find more of his work on his website Signify.one .
Robert Fetters has taught middle school and high school for 22 years. He currently teaches science and math at Ozark Adventist Academy. He started teaching flipping his classes in 2013 and continues to search for ways to improve his methods. He has a Bachelor’s in Biology with minors in Chemistry, Religion and Secondary Education along with a master’s in Environmental Science.
Louie Parra has been a teacher for 30 years with a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology: Behavioral Science. He is currently on year 23 at Mount Pisgah Academy. During these years at MPA he has taught Algebra I, Art, Physical Science, Spanish I & II, Statistics, and STEM. He has used distance learning to include 8th graders in Algebra I for the past three years by using Google Hangouts, Google Meetings, and Zoom; and has sought to use technology and applications that would fit a flipped classroom.
Enjoyed learning about how to flip my classes so more time could be spent understanding the homework and getting that completed. Thank you for the resources..!
I appreciated all of the resources.
Very helpful information with many useful links to create a flipped class model.