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Flip the Classroom

The Flipped classroom is a type of blended learning that reverses the traditional educational model by delivering instructional content outside of the classroom, often online. It moves activities, like those traditionally considered homework, into the classroom. See the Center for Teaching’s guide to  Flipping the Classroom. Vanderbilt offers support for many tools that can assist in implementing flipped classroom techniques and components to your course:

Create and edit video content

Use a variety of video editing programs to create and post lectures for students to view outside of class.

Lecture and Screen Capture

Capture and narrate what is happening on the instructor screen to show a PowerPoint or other presentation for online lectures

Discussion Boards

Use online discussion boards to stimulate ideas or help students prepare for face-to-face discussion

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E-Learning Site

Host course material, facilitate out-of-classroom communication

Audio Content

Record and edit audio files for online lectures

Share Images

Upload photos to share in galleries or host for use in blogs or other web content

Video Chatting

Meet face-to-face, virtually

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