The Active Flipped Classroom for Tech-Savvy Learners
According to American educator Mark Prensky, today’s students are different from prior generations having grown up using technology. In turn, they’re programmed to think differently. Today’s higher education professors can actively engage these students in learning and address diverse needs via flipped classroom pedagogy, active learning strategies, and 21st century technology tools. Join us as we share findings from our research on the use of these innovative teaching strategies. We’ll also examine what flipped classrooms entail and various teaching techniques and technologies that promote collaboration, critical thinking, and engagement among today’s students.
Dominique Charlotteaux, Broward College
Isis Silva, Broward College