Flipping Without Flopping
Information on course redesign
This workshop will offer information on a course redesign for a large 100 level class, and the workshop example for this is ART100. A large (97 seat) Arts & Humanities course for non-Art majors traditionally presented primarily through instructor lecture.
The Art team (course instructor and visual resource librarian) teamed with course designers at TILT to develop a project that ‘flips’ the classroom to further engage students using instructional sequencing, visual literacy components, and write-to-learn and write-to-engage strategies as part of a collaborative group project.
Natalie Barnes and Anna Bernhard will be co-presenting this workshop. Anna is the Director for the Wold Resource Center and an integral part in the ART100 course redesign project that will be presented. Natalie is a key academic advisor and adjunct instructor who has taught at CSU for over 10 years. They will be presenting this project in New Orleans at the National Art Education Association convention as well, in March.