How to Flip the Classroom and Empower the Life Sciences Learner
By combining sound instructional theory and modern technologies, you can teach complex scientific concepts to anyone. That is the power of the “Flipped Classroom,” a training approach that has rapidly risen to popular prominence with the success of Kahn Academy, YouTube and TED as Internet-based educational resources. The power of this instructional philosophy has proven impactful for training on complex topics such as disease state and product knowledge, making it an ideal way to develop your product launch or new hire programs.
Join this LTEN webinar, led by Kent Malmros, VP of Global Strategy and Development, and Bill Francy, Director of Account Management, both of AdMed, Inc., to learn how to “flip the classroom” and better engage learners in a way that fosters rapid knowledge acquisition and application. This webinar will be anchored by the story of a successfully deployed flipped classroom at a large pharmaceutical company, where a broad audience learned sophisticated disease state knowledge. Key takeaways will include:
The benefits of Flipped Classroom vs. Traditional learning approaches
An explanation about how video and Web-based technologies enable learners like never before
The process of developing a flipped approach
How to build a full training program, with supporting deliverables, around video