Flipping/Blending the Classroom with Lecture Capture
Strand Union Building, Room 232
One of the most valuable things that lecture capture allows you to do is to take some of what you do during lecture and make it available to students outside of class, often before they come to class. Then you can build upon that knowledge, facilitate engaging discussions, and evaluate scenarios and case studies in more detail. This has been described as "flipping" or the classroom, or blended learning - where what you once did during lecture is done by students online, and then they come to class prepared to engage with you and their peers.
This session is an opportunity to examine strategies for flipping/blending and the kinds of activities you might consider for use both in and outside the classroom.
NOTE: This workshop is designed for those instructors who are already using lecture capture with Camtasia Relay or a similar tool, or interested in discussing strategies for creating more engaging classroom sessions. The basics of using Camtasia Relay are not covered in this session.
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