Flipping the Classroom through Blended Learning
TIE11 Technology in Education
Location: Skyline I
TUESDAY, 2:00 - 2:45 p.m.
Recent research in learning has discussed the merits of constructivist learning as well as the possibility of mixing instructivist and constructivist learning (using the Cronje model) to provide an active and comprehensive approach. This presentation will showcase a course that was redesigned as a blended course using Canvas, online tools, and the classroom. This course design may provide instructors and course developers who are not yet ready to go completely online take a first step in that direction and gain some of the value of the flipped classroom.
Asst. Professor of Communication and Coordinator of the Web Design and Interactive Media Program, Harding University
Kelly Elander earned his undergraduate degree in radio/TV communication at Ohio University and his master's in adult instruction and performance technology from the University of Michigan. Kelly spent a number of years working as an instructional designer for Arthur Andersen and a number of training and e-learning contracting companies in the Chicago area, specializing in web-based training, e-learning and multimedia training. Recently Elander completed his Ph.D. with an emphasis in instructional design for online learning at Capella University. Dr. Elander currently teaches a variety of communication courses and coordinates the web design and interactive media program at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas.