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Flipped Classroom Explained in 22 Minutes


A Realist's Guide to Flipping the Classroom


Introduction to Flipped Classroom

"If you can be replaced by a YouTube video, then maybe you should be."

- Jon Bergmann 

The flipped classroom concept focuses on changing students from passive to active learners by using a variety of technologies to deliver basic understanding of class content.  This will allow the instructor to use face-to-face instructional time to use case studies and other methods to teach deeper concepts of the subject matter.

The “flipped classroom” should achieve each of the following objectives:

  1. Increase interaction and personal contact time between the instructor and the student
  2. Students must take responsibility for their own learning
  3. Blending direct instruction with constructive learning (i.e., one in which I am not so much the expert but rather guiding students to their own understanding of the content)
  4. Content is archived for review or remediation
  5. All students are engaged in their learning
  6. Students can get a personalized education 

Stories About Using Flipped Classroom

Why should you use the flipped classroom model?  What benefits does it actually bring?  Below are several article from various educational sources describing the positive merits of flipping your classroom.


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