Flipping out: Leveraging the power of flipped classrooms to create in-depth international learning projects

ID: 40168 Type: Best Practices Session
  1. Mathew Mitchell, University of San Francisco, United States
  2. Thanh Nguyen, Thanh Nhan Hospital, Vietnam
  3. Susan Prion, University of San Francisco, United States

Wednesday, October 23 11:35-11:55 AM Location: Versailles 4 View on map

Presider: Linda Ann Arnold, Monmouth University, United States

Abstract: Flipped classrooms change how time is utilized in the live class setting. Essentially flipped classrooms have students fully prepare for basic course content outside the classroom, and then use the classroom experience for deepening student understanding through problem solving, applied projects, and a variety of other learning challenges. This presentation looks at how a flipped classroom freed up enough in-class time so that students could engage in an in-depth international multimedia project. Specifically students were challenged to create a multimedia-rich website for the ongoing professional education of nurses in Vietnam.


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