Flipped Classroom Turns Nursing Education Upside Down

CEDARVILLE, OHIO – The merit and strategies of “flipping a classroom” and its usefulness in higher education courses will be addressed for members of the Dayton Area Nurse Educators and all school of nursing faculty at Cedarville University Aug. 11.

The event will be held in the university’s Health Sciences Center and will be led by Tim Bristol, Ph.D., founder of NurseTim Inc.

While Bristol’s background is in nursing, the seminar will be open to all faculty at Cedarville, as the concepts of “flipping a classroom” are applicable to all fields of study.

The concept of “flipping a classroom” was introduced into higher education more than a decade ago. One of the leaders of the teaching method, Wes Baker, Ph.D., is a distinguished professor of communications at Cedarville University. He helped develop the classroom flip as an alternative teaching model compared to traditional lecture-based education.  You can read more here.

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