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Wednesday, June 22 • 11:15 - 12:15
CON01.15 - Technology-Enhanced Instruction and the Flipped Classroom: The Key to Active Learning in the College Classroom

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The use of iPads and iBooks in place of lectures, in a flipped classroom, can allow educators to deliver personalized course information interactively. This workshop will utilize iBooks and interactive small group exercises to simulate the technology-enhanced instructional approaches used at Fanshawe and Lambton Colleges. In addition, research from one college classroom will be reviewed. Participants can interact with the material by having an iPad with iBooks and iTunesU apps downloaded. Please ensure all updates for these apps are installed.

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Nicole Domonchuk

Coordinator & Professor, Lambton College
Nicole Domonchuk, EdD BCBA is a professor in the Autism and Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate Program at Lambton College. She has also recently completed the Doctor of Education in Educational Leadership program at Western University.
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Carmen Hall

Coordinator, Autism & Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate, Fanshawe College
Carmen Hall, MC, CCC, BCBA, PhD Student, is a coordinator and professorin the Autism and Behavioural Science Graduate Certificate Program at Fanshawe College. Carmen’s passion for technology has been fostered with the iPad as a college instructor teaching with the iPad in a flipped classroom.


Wednesday June 22, 2016 11:15 - 12:15
UCC 66 (WALS, Sponsored by Nelson)

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