In 2016, Hearing First set a goal of using subject-matter experts to efficiently and effectively help busy hearing professionals and parents develop the skills and knowledge needed to successfully support deaf and hard-of-hearing childrenall online. We’ve been successfully meeting this goal for nearly three years, but getting there wasn’t easy.
This session will describe how we met this challenge with a flipped-classroom (blended) model. You’ll see how we complemented an online community platformfor self-paced learning assignments, recordings, and resourceswith live sessions in Adobe Connect. You’ll explore the failures and genius of our design and production plans, gain insights into how we facilitate the self-paced and live learning, and how we prepare and motivate both the subject-matter experts and the participants.
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I do not get it. There is so much fuzz about the flipped classroom as if it was something new. And there is nothing new about it. It is simply asking the students to come prepared for class. For the past years we have been reading the textbook to our students. Now, we flip the classroom and expect our students to read the chapter before coming into class so that we can have an informed discussion.
If you have any Virtual Classroom Solution related questions, you can live chat with Adobe Connect Product team
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