A Class on its Head: Reflections on Flipping Art History

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This session addresses the flipped classroom model for art history instruction. Drawing upon the speaker’s experience with this pedagogical model in undergraduate classes of 15 to 38 students, the webinar examines the principles behind flipped classrooms, then presents an array of strategies (and challenges) for teaching art history in this format. Topics addressed include learning outcomes, student accountability, skill-building versus content memorization, engagement techniques, classroom technology, and assessment.

This session addresses the flipped classroom model for art history instruction. Drawing upon the speaker’s experience with this pedagogical model in undergraduate classes of 15 to 38 students, the webinar examines the principles behind flipped classrooms, then presents an array of strategies (and challenges) for teaching art history in this format. Topics addressed include learning outcomes, student accountability, skill-building versus content memorization, engagement techniques, classroom technology, and assessment.

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Speakers

Prof. Kelly Donahue-Wallace, University of North Texas