Using Technology and Student-Centered Strategies to Flip the Classroom

 June 1 - 22, 2016

Flipped Learning non-credit online course

(3 weeks)

(First topic is free)


Dr. Joseph  Zisk

California University of Pennsylvania

Advanced Studies in Secondary Education and Teacher Leadership
Online Master of Education program for teachers


 California University of Pennsylvania has been ranked among the nation’s best online schools by .

Non-credit online course:

Using Technology and Student-centered Strategies to Flip the Classroom, June 1- 22, 2016 - $45. Upon successful completion (all projects and activities), participants will earn a “Badge of Completion” (a PDF certificate) and this course qualifies for 25 hours of ACT 48 for Pennsylvania K-12 teachers.

The first topic is free.

Key topics

The online course format is asynchronous and there are no required times that you will need to be online. It is all on your own time and you will have opportunities to interact with your classmates via discussion boards. The activities/assignments will require about 25 hours of work.  For participants who are seeking the “Badge of Completion” (including Pennsylvania Act 48 hours for PA K-12 teachers), all work must be completed by due dates.

Joseph Zisk, Ed.D.
Professor/Teaching and Learning Center Director
Department of Secondary Education & Administrative Leadership
250 University Ave
California University of Pennsylvania
California PA 15419


Course Facilitator Background

Joseph Zisk, Ed.D. has experience in online course development and teaching.  In addition, he was a high school science teacher and recipient of several teaching awards.  He was a K-12 technology supervisor and led a community-wide action plan to implement computer technology in the district’s teaching and learning.   He is currently a university professor where he has received the Faculty Professional Development Technology Award and the University President Faculty Service Award.  Joe has conducted workshops and he has presented at conferences about strategies in teaching in online.  He has an Advanced Online Teaching Certificate from the nationally recognized Online Learning Consortium (formerly The Sloan Consortium). His area of interest is using instructional videos and in using audio/video feedback to students.  He is a Quality Matters reviewer and had QM course recognition. Currently, he is the director of the university Teaching and Learning Center and teaches online courses.  As director of the Teaching and Learning Center, Dr. Zisk provides and coordinates training for faculty.

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J. Zisk updated 4-20-2016