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Session Type: Symposium
Program Session: 711 | Submission: 19935 | Sponsor(s): (TLC)
Scheduled: Sunday, Aug 12 2018 2:30PM - 4:30PM at Marriott Chicago Downtown - Magnificent Mile in Chicago A
The FLIPPED Workshop: Build Some Simple Tech Interactions to Enhance Your Classroom Teaching
Flipped Classroom Workshop

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Presenter: Tawnya Means, U. of Nebraska, Lincoln
Presenter: Elissa Grossman, USC Marshall School of Business
At this experiential workshop – designed for everyone, from those who have very limited comfort with computers to those who love everything about technology – attendees will be provided a hands- on opportunity to practice a variety of easy-to-use technology tools that can help enhance the traditional (i.e., non-online) classroom experience. Participants will walk into a room set up with multiple computer stations, at which different technology websites and applications will be set up for immediate use. Next to each computer station, attendees will find pre-printed cards with instructions for the completion of various tasks that showcase each technology’s potential for deployment within a business school classroom. Over the course of the ensuing workshop time, a rotational system will be used to support attendees through different stations and tasks, such that participants leave with initial or enhanced fluency in technology for classroom use.
This session is part of the Teaching and Learning Conference. A registration fee of USD$130 is required at Additionally, pre-registration for this session is required. To register online, please visit Space is limited and registration is on a first-come, first-served basis. Please contact Rob Koonce at to obtain the registration code. The deadline to register is August 12, unless sold out.
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