The Gertrude C. Ford Center for Teaching and Learning will host Dr. Kallina Dunkle of Austin Peay State University April 20 to discuss “flipped” course design, where students acquire baseline knowledge with solitary learning activities outside of class, and then apply that knowledge in the classroom.
Dunkle will discuss the design, implementation and evaluation of “flipped” course design for publishable scholarship and improved student learning. Afterward, she will facilitate an open discussion on course design in general.
You do not have to attend the presentation in order to participate in the discussion.
Please register separately for these two events via the following form: http://www.deltastate.edu/academic-affairs/center-teaching-learning/guest-speaker/.