Tag: flipped learning

  • Sign up for an Engaging Learners with Instructional Media Workshop

    Explore how instructional media can enhance student learning in all teaching modalities. Discover ways to make your lecture videos more engaging and effective with in-video quizzing. The Faculty Media Center and CTL invite all OSU teaching faculty and GTAs to attend an interactive one-hour workshop. When: Either Wednesday, Apr. 28 at 2 p.m. or Thursday, […]

  • Learn to Blend Your Teaching with Instructional Media

    Are you starting to think ahead to Spring term? Would you like to augment your strategies to engage learners? Discover ways to create instructional media and to apply effective practices for blended, remote, flipped and hybrid course design and teaching. In these hour-long workshops, CTL and Academic Technology invite you to learn about harnessing the […]

  • Still Time to Apply! Join a Blended Faculty Learning Community

    Join a supportive cohort of faculty in January to boost your teaching skills! The Winter ’21 Blended Faculty Learning Community, sponsored by CTL and Academic Technology, will help OSU faculty advance their teaching. The group will focus on applying effective practices for blended learning–in remote, blended, hybrid or flipped courses–and the skillful use of educational […]

  • Remote Teaching = A New Kind of Blended Learning

    Blended learning, in which classroom learning activity is integrated with online learning activity, has been on the rise over the past two decades. Nationally, a large portion of faculty and students express a preference toward blended approaches and substantial research supports the efficacy of this approach. Now with the abrupt transition to remote teaching in […]

  • Pop Quiz: What is better than a flipped classroom?

    by: Silas Townes, Instructor Department of Chemistry, Cascades Many educators have heard of or participated in the idea of flipped classrooms. The idea is to spend class time engaging with students in problem-solving instead of talking at them. Although good in principle, if not done properly, it can have a negative effect. (Jarvis, C 2020, […]

  • Sign up for Guided Review of Your Blended, Flipped or Hybrid Course

    This CTL workshop on Tuesday, July 9, offers a great opportunity for you to use new course review guidelines to take a close look at a blended, flipped or hybrid course you teach. You’ll be guided through a self-assessment of one of your courses to explore strengths of the course design and delivery and potential […]

  • Teaching Hybrid: What Works Well?

    The Center for Teaching and Learning surveyed OSU Corvallis and Cascades campus faculty in Oct. 2016 to determine effective hybrid teaching practices from the perspective of instructors. Results: There was significant consensus among the 28 respondents from 7 OSU colleges. More than three-fourths of the instructors that used each of the following 11 practices rated […]

  • Flipped Learning

    Have you heard about flipped learning, but you aren’t quite sure what it is or whether you want to try it?  Is there solid evidence that it fosters student success and engagement? If you’re trying to answer these questions, check out A Review of Flipped Learning, a new report based on the growing body of […]