Repurposing Video Documentaries as Features of a Flipped-Classroom Approach to Community-Centered Development
Online and off-site educational programming is increasingly incorporated by Extension educators to reach their clientele. Models such as the flipped classroom combine online content and in-person learning, allowing clients to both gain information and build peer learning communities. We demonstrate how video documentaries used in traditional tourism development programs were repurposed as preprogram, flipped-classroom learning materials to deliver content and extend the goals of community-centric programming. The flipped-classroom approach yielded learning and process outcomes and allowed educators to maximize time spent facilitating peer learning, client engagement, and community organizing.
Arbogast, D., Eades, D., & Plein, L. C. (2017). Repurposing Video Documentaries as Features of a Flipped-Classroom Approach to Community-Centered Development. The Journal of Extension, 55(5), Article 13. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol55/iss5/13