The flipped approach to higher education : designing universities for today's knowledge economies and societies
CitationSahin, M., & Fell, K. C. (November, 2016). The flipped approach to higher education: Designing universities for today's knowledge economies and societies. [ Emerald ]
From the world's first completely flipped institution, the authors address the socio-economic and socio-technical nature of today's world and how this effects the education sector, outlining how and why they adopted Flipped Learning, and definitively describe the organizational design process needed to establish a Flipped institution.Yeni kuşağın algısına en uygun olan ve ters yüz öğrenme yöntemi olarak da bilinen flipped learning’i dünyada ilk kez tüm programlarında uygulayarak yükseköğretimde bir ilki gerçekleştiren MEF Üniversitesi, flipped learning ile ilgili tüm bilgi birikim ve deneyimini bir kitapta toplayarak dünya yükseköğretiminin paylaşımına ve tartışmasına açtı. ‘‘The Flipped Approach to Higher Education: Designing Universities for Today’s Knowledge Economies and Societies’’ kitabı ile MEF Üniversitesi farklı disiplinlerdeki bu deneyimini, dünya yükseköğretimine örnek ve geleceğe referans kaynağı olması için topladı.İçindekiler: List of Figures.--List of Tables.--Foreword.--Preface; About the Authors.--Chapter 1 The Socio-Economic and Socio-Technical Nature of Today's World and How This Impacts the Education Sector.--1.1. Employment.--1.2. Education.--1.3. Knowledge, Connectivity, and Cognitive Overload.--1.4. What is Needed from Education Today.--Chapter 2 Flipped Learning: A Transformative Approach Designed to Meet the Needs of Today's Knowledge Economies and Societies.--2.1. What is Flipped Learning?.--2.2. How Did Flipped Learning Develop?.--2.3. How Flipped Learning Meets the Needs of Today's Knowledge Economies and Societies.--Chapter 3 From Current Practice to Future Practice: Making the Decision to Flip.--3.1. Introduction.--3.2. Moving from Current Practice to Future Practice: How the Need for Change Emerged; 3.3. Searching for Future Practice; 3.4. The Big Reveal; Chapter 4 Organizational Design and Transformation; 4.1. Physical and Geographical Infrastructure; 4.2. Human, Social, and Intellectual Capital.--4.3. Technological Infrastructure.--Chapter 5 Flipped Learning Theory, Policies, and Practices.--5.1. Introduction.--5.2. Flipped Learning Theories.--5.3. Flipped Learning Performance Gaps, Causes, and Interventions.--5.4. From Theory to Practice.--5.4.1. A Recommended Course Design Process.--5.4.2. An Instructional Design Handbook.--5.4.3. A Flipped Learning Instructional Design Online Course.--5.4.4. A Flipped Learning Instructional Design Best Practice Checklist.--5.4.5. Support for Students.--5.5. Summary.--Chapter 6 Flipped Leadership: Transparency, Vision, Accountability, and Resources.--6.1. MEF University Rector, Muhammed Şahin. 6.2. Instructors' Expectations6.3. Physical Infrastructure; 6.4. Real-Life Assessment; 6.5. Conclusion; Chapter 7 Supporting Flipped Learning: Digital Pedagogy, Training, and Resources.--7.1. CELT, Caroline Fell Kurban.--7.1.1. Challenges through the Instructors' Eyes.--7.1.2. Challenges through the Students' Eyes.--7.1.3. Challenges through the Institution's Eyes: The Need for an Audit.--7.1.4. Lessons Learnt from the Audit: How the Process Could be Made More Supportive while Still Holding Instructors Accountable.--7.1.5. Lessons Learnt from Implementing Technological Mandates.-- 7.1.6. Where Next? Strategic Plan for the Rest of the Academic Year.--7.2. ITC, Brian Ramey.--7.2.1. The Technological Infrastructure Needed for a Flipped Environment.--7.2.2. Integrating Digital Resources.--7.2.3. Using Data to Effect Change.--7.2.4. The Need for a Secure Video Server.--7.2.5. Conclusion.--7.3. Library Director, Ertuğrul Çiman.--7.3.1. The Architecture of a Library in a Digital World.--7.3.2. The Successes of Using Digital Materials.--7.3.3. The Challenges of Using Digital Materials.--7.3.4. Academic Integrity in a Digital World.
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