Teaching, Learning and Technology and Academic Affairs are hosting roundtable discussions this fall for faculty. The purpose of the discussions is to share with one another new teaching and learning techniques, ideas, and experiments. At times, we may also invite people from outside the campus to present.
The first roundtable discussion is scheduled for October 27th from 2:00-3:00pm. The discussion is going to focus on the concept of the ‘reverse classroom’. The basic idea behind the “reverse classroom” is that the activities usually associated with time in and out of class are reversed. In other words, lecture content is delivered outside of class and “homework” is completed in class where students can work together, get individualized attention, and ask questions related to the application of material. The time spent in class is more active, interactive and dynamic. The content delivered outside of class can be viewed at any time and as many times as necessary by students. You can register by following the link: http://go.cofc.edu/tlt.