Peer Learning and Flip Teaching
Peer Teaching (learning) involves student learning from and with each other in ways which are mutually beneficial and involve sharing knowledge, experience and ideas between participants.
—David Boud, et al., Peer Learning in Higher Education:
Learning from and with Each Other, 2001
- Confessions of a Converted Lecturer: Eric Mazur - (5 min.) Eric Mazur describes his well-renowned approach to peer learning that includes a flipped classroom and the use of clickers.
- Peer Editing - students provide collaborative feedback to one another to improve writing
- Peer Evaluation Tool - Comprehensive Assessment of Team Member Effectiveness (CATME) is a free web-based tool to facilitate the peer evaluation process (also includes "Team-Maker" for team creation)
- Peer Learning Strategies - Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning, National University of Singapore
- See also: Active Learning, CIIA
A style of teaching/learning where content is presented outside of class through the use of prepared media such as podcasts, and class time is used for active engagement between teachers and learners, and between learners and learners. Using the term "flipped" presumes that the traditional (or former) model of in-class content delivery was lecture-based.
- 7 Myths About the Flipped Classroom, Debunked - Turn to your Neighbor, The Official Peer Instruction Blog
- 7 Things You Should Know about Flip Teaching - EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative
- The Flipped Classroom FAQ - Center for the Integration of Research, Teaching, and Learning
- The Flipped Classroom Infographic - Jeremy Strayer, OSU; retrieved from Knewton
- Flipping - introduces Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams, the "fathers" of flip teaching, retrieved from ChannelTechSmith on YouTube; see also their website, Turning Learning on its Head
- How 'Flipping' the Classroom Can Improve the Traditional Lecture - Dan Berrett, Chronicle of Higher Education
- Mobile Learning and the Inverted Classroom - Derek Bruff, Agile Learning
- Student Resistance to Flipped Classrooms - Turn to your Neighbor, The Official Peer Instruction Blog
- Teachers "Doing The Flip" to Help Students Become Learners - basic introduction, Stacey Roshan (5/13/11). Retrieved from The Daily Riff
For information on recording podcasts or vodcasts, see our "Video and Audio" page. Also see:
- Create Podcasts Using Your PC (PC) - O'Rielly Media
- How to Record a Podcast (Mac OS X) - O'Rielly Media
- Podomatic This free resource allows you to record podcasts, and has a library of pre-recorded podcasts as well.
To prepare content for Flip Learning, see the CIIA's "Video and Audio" resource.