The Flipped Classroom and Project-based Learning:

Theory and Practice.

W. Huitt & K. Vernon

Presentation at the European Council for International Schools (ECIS), Barcelona, Spain, November 21, 2015.

Citation: Huitt, W., & Vernon, K. (2015). The flipped classroom and project-based learning: Theory and practice. Presentation at the European Council for International Schools (ECIS), Barcelona, Spain, November 21.

The flipped classroom and project-based learning are two instructional methods that are becoming increasingly popular. A challenge for educators is how to integrate previously mastered techniques when learning to use these new methods. Concepts and principles from learning theories and associated instructional methods can be used in the process of professional development. This workshop will provide a brief overview of concepts and principles derived from various learning and developmental theories and their associated instructional methods and show how these can be used when flipping a classroom and using project-based learning. Workshop participants will be able to create better instructional activities that meet the needs of individual learners as they consume from, create for, and contribute to the world in which they live.

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Dr. William G. (Bill) Huitt
Dept. of Psychology & Counseling
Valdosta State University
Valdosta, GA 31698-0001

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