Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision
flipped learning, flipping, counselor education, teaching, technology, experiential activities
Flipped learning is an instructional approach that employs asynchronous video lectures as homework and active, group-based activities in the classroom (Bishop, 2013). During the past decade, this teaching approach has increased in popularity among K-12 teachers and higher education instructors. Though one model of flipped learning is traditionally described in the literature, several models exist and are detailed in this article. Flipped learning is particularly beneficial to counselor education as it can help increase available class time for practicing counseling skills, engaging in application-based activities, and participating in class discussions. Four specific CACREP core curricular areas are addressed: Helping Relationships, Group Work, Career Development, and Social and Cultural Diversity, as the CACREP standards in each of these areas require learning both information and skills.
Merlin, C. (2016). Flipping the Counseling Classroom to Enhance Application-Based Learning Activities. Journal of Counselor Preparation and Supervision, 8(3). http://dx.doi.org/10.7729/83.1127
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