Creating Online Flipped Advising Activity Modules for Students

$300 member
$500 non-member

Participants will create a Flipped Advising learning activity for students (based on NACADA’s Concept of Advising) for use in an LMS or e-Portfolio that introduces critical advising topics with their advisor so higher quality advisor and advisee interactions can occur synchronously and asynchronously.

[All content is self-contained within the eTutorial. No additional materials are required.]

What you'll learn:

  • Participants who take this tutorial will gain a deeper understanding of the rationale of the Flipped Advising approach.
  • Participants will use a model for instructional design, based on Wiggins and McTighe, Backwards by Design model, to create an activity lesson plan related to a generalized student advising curriculum. The goal is to design an activity lesson plan to be used within a Learning Management System (LMS) or an e-Portfolio.
  • Participants will review Bloom Taxonomies to assist them in creating learning outcomes for their activity lesson plans. 

Who this is for:

  • Those who either want to or have been asked to develop a Flipped Advising approach for their campus or department
  • Those seeking a theoretical framework and guidance to start content production

About this eTutorial:

This eTutorial requires participants to select an advising topic and use it to create an activity in the Canvas learning environment. The use of the Backwards by Design instructional design framework is pitched to those with slight or moderate exposure to instructional design and minimal familiarity with Bloom’s Taxonomies. Participants will share their lesson plans with each other, so rather than only having one activity at the end of this tutorial, participants will be able to consider many more to adapt to their local circumstances.

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November 2024

November 6 - December 10