Flipping Not Flopping: Infusing Active Learning in Online and Blended Courses

Flipping Not Flopping: Infusing Active Learning in Online and Blended Courses
In this keynote session by Jason Rhode at the St. Mary’s University of Minnesota Fall Faculty Conference on 9/19/14, we considered how the flipped delivery model aligns to online and blended course designs. Jason Rhode shared tips and best practices for designing engaging and interactive online and blended courses that incorporate a flipped methodology. Additionally, we explored practical steps for embracing e-communications in developing a virtual learning community that facilitates active learning. Accompanying slides are available here and links included in slides shared below.

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SARA: Navigating State Authorization Amidst Emerging Reciprocity

SARA: Navigating State Authorization Amidst Emerging Reciprocity - April 2014 Webinar

In this 4/15/14 webinar Jenny Parks, director of the Midwestern State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement, and other experts in this field presented information for institutions navigating the complex landscape of state authorization. Topics included the history and current state of federal involvement in the process, ways to organize institutional data and oversight for state authorization, a discussion of “good faith” efforts, the facets of state authorization that will and will not be addressed by SARA (state authorization reciprocity agreement), and an update on the status of SARA across the nation.

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Why mobile learning?

Mobile learning is seen by many as a disruptive technology. This is because it has been identified as a technology which holds great potential to transform the learning and teaching within a classroom. What follows is a mash up presented at the NSWDEC 5th biennial equity conference in 2011 which explains some of the issues.

Katy ISD — A New Vision for Mobile Learning

In 2011, Katy Independent School District, in partnership with Cisco, launched the final phase of a technology transformation. Learn how Katy ISD realized their vision for education transformation with a BYOD mobile learning strategy.

Thoughts on the state of mobile learning

So much about the way we teach, learn and communicate is up for grabs. Educators are using new tools and technologies to reach their students … but what does the future hold? How will we get there? Hear from various experts in the fields of business, education and technology who gathered on the campus of Abilene Christian University for ACU’s Connected Summit 2011. Listen as these thought leaders share their perspectives.