Event Title

Implementation of a Flipped Classroom and Integration of Active Learning Strategies and Project Based Learning: How to and Lessons Learned

Location

Ross 1010

Event Type

Presentation

Start Date

8-6-2016 3:00 PM

End Date

8-6-2016 3:30 PM

Description

This proposal is for a 30 minute presentation on the implementation of a Flipped learning environment in a research and evidence‐based practice (EBP) course for undergraduate Nursing students. This presentation will share the strategies and innovative teaching methodologies used to transform the classroom format from “sage on the stage to the guide on the side”. In addition, how to incorporate active learning strategies and experiential learning projects, which replaced lecture, will be outlined. Do's and Don'ts as well student's feedback on this type of instructional format and learning strategies well be discussed. Guidelines for evaluation of students on an individual and team basis in flipped/active learning environment will examined. Specific ideas and resources for designing active learning strategies will be provided. Methods for incorporation of experiential learning projects and project evaluations will be offered.

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Implementation of a Flipped Classroom and Integration of Active Learning Strategies and Project Based Learning: How to and Lessons Learned

Ross 1010

This proposal is for a 30 minute presentation on the implementation of a Flipped learning environment in a research and evidence‐based practice (EBP) course for undergraduate Nursing students. This presentation will share the strategies and innovative teaching methodologies used to transform the classroom format from “sage on the stage to the guide on the side”. In addition, how to incorporate active learning strategies and experiential learning projects, which replaced lecture, will be outlined. Do's and Don'ts as well student's feedback on this type of instructional format and learning strategies well be discussed. Guidelines for evaluation of students on an individual and team basis in flipped/active learning environment will examined. Specific ideas and resources for designing active learning strategies will be provided. Methods for incorporation of experiential learning projects and project evaluations will be offered.