1. Create a short video to explain a concept.
2. Share it with students ahead of class time.
3. Spend class time supporting students in applying their knowledge with engaging activities.
Check out this blog post from Stanford School of Medicine: Using the “flipped classroom” model to re-imagine medical education, and see their video here that explains how they're "taking the lecture out of the classroom."
Source: Stanford Medical School
Wondering how to flip your classroom? Click here for a pdf from the Association of Professors of Human and Medical Genetics that explains quite nicely with infographics and examples:
- What is a flipped classroom?
- How could a medical genetics classroom be flipped in practical terms?