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April 26, 2014
8:00-9:15AM

A Lively Experiment in the Communication Classroom: Discovering the ‘Flipped Classroom’ and Blending Learning Environments

Narragansett A

Saturday, April 26 8:00-9:15                                                          Narragansett A  

A Lively Experiment in the Communication Classroom:  Discovering the ‘Flipped Classroom’ and Blending Learning Environments

Presenter:         Nicole Blau, Ohio University-Lancaster
                          Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University-Lancaster
                          Jason S. Wrench, SUNY New Paltz
                          Melissa Broeckelman-Post, George Mason University

Designed for instructors who are interested in learning about new pedagogy and instructional tools. The “flipped classroom” model is traditionally structured as a blended learning environment in which instructors can engage students using low-­‐cost technologies. Specifically, this short course will address the following: strategies to “flip” the traditional communication classroom, evaluation of student work, and strategies/technology available to deliver course content. Short course participants will receive sample syllabi for various communication courses that have been flipped; as well as assignments, activities, and teaching ideas for delivering course content in a blended format.

Syllabus: A Lively Experiment in the Communication Classroom


2014-04-26 08:00:00 2014-04-26 09:15:00 America/Detroit A Lively Experiment in the Communication Classroom: Discovering the ‘Flipped Classroom’ and Blending Learning Environments Saturday, April 26 8:00-9:15                                                          Narragansett A   A Lively Experiment in the Communication Classroom:  Discovering the ‘Flipped Classroom’ and Blending Learning Environments Presenter:         Nicole Blau, Ohio University-Lancaster                           Candice Thomas-Maddox, Ohio University-Lancaster                           Jason S. Wrench, SUNY New Paltz                           Melissa Broeckelman-Post, George Mason University Designed for instructors who are interested in learning about new pedagogy and instructional tools. The “flipped classroom” model is traditionally structured as a blended learning environment in which instructors can engage students using low-­‐cost technologies. Specifically, this short course will address the following: strategies to “flip” the traditional communication classroom, evaluation of student work, and strategies/technology available to deliver course content. Short course participants will receive sample syllabi for various communication courses that have been flipped; as well as assignments, activities, and teaching ideas for delivering course content in a blended format. Syllabus: A Lively Experiment in the Communication Classroom Narragansett A Eastern Communication Association