What to Do Once You Flip

When you flip your lessons, class time opens up for students to dive deeper into the curriculum and practice the four C’s. (Creativity, Critical Thinking, Communication, and Collaboration) In this workshop, we won’t focus on the teacher created videos used in the flipped classroom. Instead, we’ll focus on activities that students can do in class, after watching the flipped videos, that encourage the four C’s. We’ll look at how to provide students deeper learning opportunities and how to assess what they learned using forms, discussions, blogs, and student created screencasts and videos.