Innovation Intersession

Flipped Classroom
Innovation Intersession Awards

 


Applications for this year's Innovation Intersession are now closed.
Keep an eye out for information regarding next year's event!


 

 

 


Above: The 2017 Innovation Intersession.

Program Description

This three-week intersession program (May 22-June 9, 2017) is designed to give faculty members the opportunity to learn the skills needed to flip a course. Flipped course design is one in which a portion of lecture materials is delivered online, providing time in class for students to work on exercises, projects, problem-solving, and discussion. Participants will receive a book on flipped classroom pedagogy and a $1500 award upon completing the workshop requirements.

The primary goal of this program is to support faculty in the design of an individual module for one of their classes with intensive support from staff at The Center for Teaching and Learning and the Office of Continuing and Distance Education. The program will include workshops on good pedagogical design, online technology, and active learning in face-to- face classes. In addition, there will be open “lab” hours where consultants will be available for support during module development. There will be face-to-face sessions Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 9:00 - 12:00 in addition to open “lab” hours and class preparation assignments between May 22nd - June 9th .

Participants should expect to spend between 15 - 20 hours each week participating in workshops, preparing for workshops and developing modules. Applications will be accepted from full-time faculty (NTT or TT) who are not teaching during the intersession. We encourage applications from multiple faculty members from the same school, campus or department. The application will require a brief description of your course and the anticipated learning module you intend to flip. A learning module will consist of 2 - 5 lessons on a focused area, topic or theme. To apply, click the button below.

 

Expectations for participants

  • Participation in all 9 workshops (Tues, Wed, Thurs  |  May 23 - June 8  |  9:00 - 12:00)
  • Completed module
  • Presentation of module to peers/department
  • Presentation at University Teaching Council Celebrating College Teaching Conference Symposium

For more information or to discuss your application for the program, please contact Jenny Marcinkiewicz at jmarcink@kent.edu or contact the Center for Teaching and Learning at 330-672-2992 or ctl@kent.edu.

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