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Bringing Flipped Learning Back Into the Classroom

Mar 28, 2014

FLIPPING IN-CLASS: Are you flipped and confused? Flipped learning isn’t easy, especially when video lessons may or may not help to deliver correct information to students outside of class. Instead of getting discouraged over badly executed flips, what about moving flipped learning back into the classroom? Former teacher Jennifer Gonzalez suggests replacing student viewing of content at home with in-class stations. How? Videos become stations in class that small groups rotate through. Strategies (and potential challenges) here.

column | Learning Strategies

Bringing Flipped Learning Back Into the Classroom

Mar 28, 2014

FLIPPING IN-CLASS: Are you flipped and confused? Flipped learning isn’t easy, especially when video lessons may or may not help to deliver correct information to students outside of class. Instead of getting discouraged over badly executed flips, what about moving flipped learning back into the classroom? Former teacher Jennifer Gonzalez suggests replacing student viewing of content at home with in-class stations. How? Videos become stations in class that small groups rotate through. Strategies (and potential challenges) here.

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