Teacher Karl Fisch has flipped teaching on its head – he uploads his lectures
to YouTube for his students to watch at home at night, then gets them to
apply the concepts in class by day.
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“…Fisch has flipped the sequence. He’s recorded his lectures on video and uploaded them to YouTube for his 28 students to watch at home. Then, in class, he works with students as they solve problems and experiment with the concepts.”
The Flipped Classroom has become a buzz word in US classrooms — and that’s a good thing. Teaching Karl Fisch talks about the many benefits of the flipped classroom, like being able to replay a video lectures as much as one wants. His lectures are at night, and his homework happens during the day in class.