Presentation on theme: "Flipping the Classroom: Is Anyone Getting this Right? Ms. Connie Barbour, MSN, RN, Georgia Highland College and doctoral candidate, EdD Program, University."— Presentation transcript:
Flipping the Classroom: Is Anyone Getting this Right? Ms. Connie Barbour, MSN, RN, Georgia Highland College and doctoral candidate, EdD Program, University of West Georgia Dr. Jack Yensen, BSc(Hons), PhD, RN, MN, Visiting Professor, University of West Georgia
Overview This presentation is a flipped presentation in preparation for the AACN Faculty Development Conference, Fort Worth, February 6 th -8 th, 2014. Conferees will experience this flipped presentation, as an example of active learning. The actual session on February 6 th from 3:00-4:30 PM will be a follow-up session, hosted live by Ms. Connie Barbour and Dr. Jack Yensen, who will join via Google+ Hangout.
Potential Outcomes Conferees will: Experience flipping in action Evaluate contemporary research for the flipped classroom Participate in pre-conference discussion Participate in a live conference session to seek future directions
Flip Models Legacy model – on site attendance at conference presentation Flipped model – pre-conference exposure to the presentation, followed by an active learning session Active Learning Flip with Interaction and Exploration (ALFIE) model
ALFIE Model Use a pre-conference interaction (Google discussion group), Browsing of a curated concept-resource map where conferees can determine duration, extent and sequence (learner control) of content to be explored and reviewed Live on site session Post-conference discussion group. Interaction can be two level, namely interaction with presentation content, including multi-media, and interaction with other conferees through the discussion group.
Process Concept-resource map for the pre-conference
Next? Thank you for taking part in this flipped presentation. We look forward to joining you in Fort Worth on February 6 th, 2014 for the follow-up session. Connie Barbour Jack Yensen