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2-Concurrent Sessions [clear filter]
Tuesday, June 18
 

10:45am

35-Adding Game Based Learning to a Flipped Classroom

The flipping approach has evolved and teachers are hungry for more than just videos to add to their content library. In this presentation, I will share a multitude of resources for using Game Based Learning with flipped content. From simple game based homework activities to restructuring a teacher website or LMS to include a game based framework for the resource library, we will briefly explore the whole spectrum. Participants will also leave with many resources and to continue exploration.


Speakers
avatar for Corey Papastathis

Corey Papastathis

Instructional Coach - Educational Technology
My first implementation of flipped classroom methods didn't actually move any content delivery outside of class time. I used these strategies to clone myself while teaching computer forensics and computer game design. I implemented mastery learning and had students moving through... Read More →


Tuesday June 18, 2013 10:45am - 11:45am
What's Next & Global-E204 E204
 
Wednesday, June 19
 

8:30am

38-Flipped and Gripped

Learners come to us with a variety of learning styles. Some are primarily visual learners, others auditory, and others kinesthetic. Activities that include all the senses have been shown to be most effective for understanding and retention.
Much of the instruction in the flipped classroom model is visual and auditory, but only occasionally can it include kinesthetic activities outside of class. But the time remaining in class can be used for many activities, both individual, group, and whole class. Incorporating kinesthetic activities in class can reinforce and concretize concepts, teach skills, and build community.
In this session, we will look at linking in class kinesthetic activities to out of class lessons, using them to foster learning and fun, and explore ideas for creating activities related to your course content.


Speakers
avatar for Erich Goldstein

Erich Goldstein

Instructor, Lancaster General College of Nursing & Health Sciences
Erich has enjoyed a career both in formal and informal education. He taught math at New York University and the New School University. Then he entered the world of science museums, learning about hands-on, interactive lessons and the impact they have on students. Back in formal education... Read More →


Wednesday June 19, 2013 8:30am - 9:30am
What's Next & Global-E204 E204