SEM04-Beyond the Video: Best Practices for Teaching Instructors How to Design a Flipped Class (separate registration is required)

Monday, February 09 | 9:00AM–12:00PM | Pacific A, Second Floor
Session Type: Professional Development
For many instructors, flipping the classroom has become synonymous with "I need to make videos for my class." This session will discuss best practices for moving faculty development for flipped classes away from focusing solely on videos to focusing on whole lesson/course design for different classroom environments (small, flexible classes to large auditorium classes). We'll discuss the current methods used for faculty training through grant programs and workshops offered through DELTA at North Carolina State University and provide participants with suggestions on how to translate these methods based on school resources and support.

OUTCOMES: Learn how to employ strategies to craft interactive workshops for flipping classes focusing on whole lesson/course design * Receive a variety of resources to support faculty development * Identify strategies for training faculty teaching in different learning environments


  • Emily Ligon

    Instructional Designer, North Carolina State University

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