Exploring Flipped Learning in the Work Environment

  • 24 Apr 2014
  • 11:00 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Ces & Judy's 10405 Clayton Rd, St Louis, MO


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Exploring Flipped Learning in the Work Environment

Amy Peach, Director of Instructional Technology
Fontbonne University

Are you considering flipped learning in your training plan?  Interested but just don’t know what it is or how you can use it?  Join us for an eye-opening first-hand look at the flipped learning experience through the eyes of your trainees. In this engaging discussion and demonstration, we will:

  • Explore what a flipped environment is…and what it is not.
  • Compare the features of the different learning objects that can be used outside the training room.
  • Discuss options for in-training learning time


By investigating a learning environment similar to what your trainees experience, you will learn about the role of learning management systems, learning object organization, and tracking features to help you identify individual needs.  We will conclude with an analysis of the successes and failures of early attempts at flipped learning in both K-12 and higher education and how this might apply to your work environment.

About the Speaker:

As Director of Instructional Technology at Fontbonne University, Dr. Amy Peach researches and promotes the best and most effective technologies to bring about the highest levels of achievement in teaching and learning.  Her experience in public, private, and online institutions at every level of education from Pre-K to graduate school has shaped hundreds of classes, workshops, and trainings designed to explore technology and its use in building a meaningful learning experience.  Her most recent initiative, the Center for Educational and Emerging Technology, will bring Fontbonne community members together with the wealth of ed tech talent found in St. Louis today ranging from entrepreneurs to K-12 teachers.  Amy holds degrees in English and History (B.A.s), Social Science Education (M.Ed.), and Teaching and Learning Processes (Ph.D.), which all help her maintain focus on the learner using technology  as an effective support in that process. 

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