Flipped Classroom

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Flipped Classroom

WHY FLIP IT?

A flipped classroom is an educational model where traditional homework and in-class lectures are reversed. This means that the instructional content and in-class lectures are video taped and viewed on-line by the students. The assignments and tasks that used to be set as homework are now done in the classroom.

HOW A CLASS IS FLIPPED

The traditional style of classroom instruction where the teacher is at the center of focus and students must quickly absorb what the teacher is saying without time for reflection

The Flipped Classroom

A flipped classroom where the focus is on discussion, hands-on problem solving, and active student involvement.

In a flipped classroom, students have the ability to listen to a lecture at their own pace. If need be they can pause, rewind, or even seek further information without missing any part of the instruction. In the classroom, students get an opportunity to practice what they have learned in a much more active environment.


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