FIZZ: Flipping the Classroom

Concluded in August, 2013.

The FIZZ method refers to the use of extraordinarily simple video recording techniques that educators can use to transform teaching and learning. This method can be used to successfully flip the classroom by having teachers film and reflect on their lecture content. These teacher-created videos give students the ability to watch the lecture outside of the classroom, freeing up class time that can be used to challenge students to think critically and creatively. FIZZ provides a more rigorous and relevant education for a new generation of learners.

The FIZZ project was developed at the Friday Institute at NC State University from 2010-2013. The project has come to an end at the Friday Institute as of August, 2013.

PROJECT TEAM

Lodge McCammon
Project Director