Flipped Classroom

Flipped Classroom is a lesson design structure in which students rotate between in-class guided practice (or projects) and at-home online delivery of content and instruction.

What is a Flipped Classroom

What is a flipped classroom?

With the introduction of technology into yourclassroom, you, like many other teachers, have likely found a need or a desire to modify your lesson design structure. Akin to other recent teaching methodologies,flipped learning is a relatively new approach to teaching and learning that is made possible because of the personalized access to content that technology provides each student. Indeed, one of the main indicators of a flipped classroom is a student-centered approach to instruction.There are many different approaches that educators have successfully employed to facilitate a flipped classroom, demonstrating that, just likelearning, there is no one-size-fits-all instructional approach to flipping your classroom. Although there is no standard prescription for facilitating a flipped classroom, there are hallmarks of a flipped classroom. To ensure you are creating an environment that maximizes the potential of the flipped classroom, it is important to ensure that your approach is student-centered,versatile, deliberate, and facilitated by you.

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Flipped classroom: A lesson design structure in which students rotate between in-class guided practice (or projects) and at-home online delivery of content and instruction. It may or may not lead to flipped learning

Hallmarks of a Flipped Classroom

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