What is Behind the Flipped Classroom?

The Learning Renaissance

There has been much talk of the concept of the ‘flipped classroom’ as a way forward in learning. What does this entail?

At its simplest, the flipped classroom makes students the subject and not the object of learning.

They develop their skills through what might be seen as collaborative learning, with the teacher marshalling the learning rather than the class or the organisation of information. The deployment of independent research skills dominate.

This infographic shared at ETML gives a clear overview:

Via ETML: Two Key Advantages of A Flipped Classroom

For more on the Flipped Classroom concept at ETML: Educational Technology and Mobile Learning: Flipped Classroom

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