3a : Communicating With Students
3e : Demonstrating Flexibility and Responsiveness
One of the hottest buzz phrases in education today is the “flipped classroom”. The premise behind the flipped classroom is to create an environment where the lecture and homework aspects of a course are reversed. Today’s student, who is more tech savvy than ever before, is equipped to access content at home, replacing the traditional in-class lecture. This then allows for class time to be spent applying concepts and completing guided practice activity with an increased opportunity for student questioning. Flipped lessons provide for more active learning opportunities with students taking more responsibility reaching learning objectives. This course will analyze the theories and research supporting flipped lessons, as well as introduce educators to online tools and resources to create a successful and meaningful flipped experience. Participants will explore and utilize many free resources including TED TALKS, Khan Academy and the NY Times.
What You Need To Know
- This course will provide you with 3 P-Credits through NYC DOE’s After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP).
- P-Credit courses can be applied to the BA+30, BA+60, and MA+30 differentials and NYS PD requirements.
Spring 2017 registrations run from January 3rd, 2017 to April 17th, 2017.
Spring 2017 semester starts on February 13th, 2017 and ends on June 23rd, 2017.
Don’t forget to register with NYC DOE's After School Professional Development Program (ASPDP) in order to earn P-Credits. Failure to register with NYC DOE before the registration deadline will disqualify participants from earning P-Credits.
*Please keep in mind there is a non-refundable, non-transferrable policy for credit fees paid to NYC DOE. Because of this, we ask that you complete your course(s) on time. If you want more information regarding credit fees please email ASPDP at email@example.com.