May 26, 1:00 – 1:20
- Marla Gonzalez Plasencia is a faculty member in Early Childhood Care and Education, Selkirk College
- Aanyta Fahrenbruch is an educational developer in the Teaching and Learning Centre, Selkirk College
- Alison Salo is a faculty member in Early Childhood Care and Education, Selkirk College
In the spring of 2020 as the pandemic halted all in person classes, educational institutions across the province were asked to revision classroom spaces and student expectations. As institutes opened their doors again it was recognized that flexible education spaces were needed as we continued to navigate the new normal. This workshop will examine the Selkirk College ECCE programs experience in working with a flipped classroom model. The presenters will provide a thoughtful reflection on responding to an evolving education landscape through flexibility, technology and student centred practices. They will review both the successes and challenges of the flipped classroom model and address tensions experienced by students and faculty.