Rhonda Vander Sluis and Dr. Benner Talking

Focusing on Student Learning with a Flipped Classroom

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Rhonda Vander Sluis, who was nursing educator at Oregon Health Sciences University, and Dr. Scott Christian, who also was at OHSU, demonstrate active Scholarship of Teaching and Learning in these two videos. Rhonda Vander Sluis uses unfolding clinical case studies to *flip* her classroom. Students come to class to present their part of an unfolding clinical case.

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One Reply to “Focusing on Student Learning with a Flipped Classroom”

  1. Excellent information! At the college where I used to teach pre-licensure ADN (RN) students, we used the “ticket for entry to class” method. We used Moodle as our electronic learning platform (it was a hybrid class….30% online, 70% face-to-face). I would compose a short, 10-20 question quiz based on the reading assignment(s) for the class. The student then had to complete the quiz & print out their one-page “certificate of completion” that I had composed & placed in Moodle to bring to class for entry.
    Sounds like a lot of work, but once I entered the information into Moodle, the rest was up to the student; Moodle graded the quizzes for me. Obviously, the point was to get the students to do their pre-reading & to take away important info from it. I would then review the quiz questions & answers in the beginning of class, and have a short Q & A session about the reading.
    The students seemed to enjoy this technique; they like being involved.
    Moodle is a wonderful tool in that not only does it grade the quizzes for you, it also takes quiz questions from a “bank” of questions that you may enter into it & it mixes them up randomly so that students cannot easily copy one-another’s answers.

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