Flipped Learning Experience
Flipped learning is an alternative format that moves some or all of the learning of theory away from the classroom, and reflecting and practising is done in the class (hence the name “Flipped Learning”).
Benefits of flipped learning
- Consuming content in smaller iterations helps learning stick
- Multiple reflection cycles make the practical application of learning more impactful
- Variations of learning environment cater better for personal learning styles
- Continued access to learning materials
Flipped Learning Experience Overview
This class comes with hours of live virtual classroom experience. The course content is divided into learning blocks, each with presentations and lectures in the form of videos, reading material, and writing activities that are provided for self-study complemented by 1/2 day live virtual sessions delivered online using Microsoft Teams and Mural. These live interactive workshops create a dynamic and interactive environment where we dive into the core concepts of through group activities, interactions, and sharing experiences, all with the guidance of an expert Professional Scrum Trainer.
Obtaining new knowledge through self-study materials along with having an in-depth, rich engagement in a class allows students to enjoy learning that sticks. Students will complete the course ready to take the globally recognised certification exam which is included in the course fee.
Student will leave this course with an application for .
- Computer – Your computer will need to be fast enough to run both Microsoft Teams and Mural. We recommend 2 monitors so that you can see everyone and the work easily.
- Webcam – Please consider your staging and presence; what others see when you are on video. Try to avoid backlighting that renders you in shadow, the up-nostril, the baldie, or the half-head. 80% of human communication comes from body language and other visual queues. Consider your camera angles and try to have a view that is as close to what you would expect in person across a table.
- Internet – We recommend a strong internet to support high fidelity video both from you and with us.
Supporting people with disabilities
We do our best to support people with disabilities. Please ask us about what we can do.
– For persons who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, live captions allow to see what others are saying.
– A meeting recording can be helpful for people with cognitive difficulties, for example. You can go through the recording at your own pace as well as go back to double-check anything you might have missed.