D2L Fusion 2013: Flipped Classroom

D2L Fusion 2013: Flipped Classroom

“It’s about engagement, not technology!” That’s what stuck with me from Rhonda Blackburn’s section of this shared session. I was dead-tired by the time this session wrapped up, so I’m afraid it’s not the best I could’ve done, but I am quite pleased with my YouTube and the little Rhonda cartoon at the bottom right corner. I think the primary message for me in this session was the importance of being purposeful in setting the scene for the flipped classroom.

It’s all about student independence and enthusiasm, and the teacher’s role is more important than ever in terms of providing the required structure to enable greater autonomy of learners.

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