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The Flipped Classroom – Infographic

17 Sep

The Flipped Classroom

You may have heard the term “flipped classroom”, but do you really know what it means?  Simply put, it’s flipping the roles of the teacher and student in the process of learning, but it’s really much more than that.  Traditional classrooms still have the teacher at the head of the class, delivering instruction or lecture, then assigning homework and projects based off of that.  In a flipped classroom, however, the students take a much more active role in the class, while the teacher acts as facilitator, arbiter, and expert in the instruction.  This idea ties in very nicely with the increased use of technology in the classroom and while it takes practice, it can be a very useful (and less stressful) environment for teachers and students alike. [VIA]

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Posted by on September 17, 2013 in Infographics, Tips & Tricks

 

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