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How will this guide help me?
The purpose of this guide is to introduce teaching faculty to some of the hardware and software that the Himmelfarb Library can loan or assist with when developing and implementing a 'flipped classroom.'
What is a flipped classroom?
Put simply, flipped classroom refers to delivering lecture materials online as pre-work and devoting class time to more substantive, active learning activities
Here are a couple links to resources from GW's Teaching and Learning Collaborative:
Readings for Active Learning
- A Tool for Measuring Active Learning in the Classroom
- Van Amburgh, J.A., Devlin, J.W., Kirwin, J.L., & Qualters, D.M.
- American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education (2007); 71 (5) Article 85
- Design for Learning: Adapting the Microscopic Anatomy Laboratory to Adult Learners
- Jurjus, R.A., Krum, J., & Goldman, E.F.
- Anatomical Sciences Education (2013); 6 (3) 177-181
- Teaching of Medical Informatics in UME-21 Medical Schools: Best Practices and Useful Resources
- Gjerde, C.L., Pipas, C.F., & Russell, M.
- Family Medicine (2004); January 2004 supplement S68-S73