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“Teachers who focus on interactive learning are supported by research on teaching and learning in higher education. New teaching methods can yield better results in the exams, according to evaluations…”
It is often difficult to find empirical research that shows that the flipped model significantly increases learning. Research from a university in Sweden found that the flipped model increased knowledge of the subject and communication in the classroom. Moreover, interviews with students shows that they appreciated the learning approach.
Most of the start-ups have realized the growing need of personalized learning experience of students, and have started exploring this space
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“Most of the start-ups have realized the growing need of personalized learning experience of students, and have started exploring this space.”
Professional organizations are using MOOCs and the flipped classroom model to hold discussions, engage in brainstorming, and solve problems. This collaborative environment is not just for educational institutions. Video technology is replacing face-to-face training.
The flipped classroom casts a different light on classroom management issues, as teachers rethink one-on-one time, off-task students, freedom vs. control, and parent expectations.
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“One reason we believe that the flipped classroom has fewer management issues than a traditional classroom is that students are more engaged.”
Let’s talk classroom management. How does classroom management change once you implement the flipped model? What new classroom challenges might we face when we change from a traditional classroom to a flipped classroom? This article starts a necessary conversation about classroom management in your new environment.
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“What is flipped learning, you may ask? It is where learning is personalized to the student and students takes ownership of their learning. Thus it makes perfect sense to bring in the student perspective to keep the flipped conversation going.”
Want to know what your students think of the flipped model? Do they like it as much as we think they do? This article is a great “tell-all” from a student perspective.
More and more, you might hear about the flipped classroom. What is it? Well, the flipped classroom is a teaching model where students do traditional classroom
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“For ESL/EFL classes, the flipped classroom approach is wonderful because it maximizes the amount of time students speak English in class and minimizes the amount of teacher talk time.”
We know that The Flipped Classroom has learning benefits for English-first language students, but how does it impact our English-Second language students? How can we use the flipped model to increase learning for our Rio Grande Valley students?
What is the difference between flipped learning and a flipped classroom? Capterra helps businesses find and compare software.
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“Flipped Classroom and Flipped Learning are not interchangeable. Flipping your classroom can (but might not necessarily) lead to Flipped Learning.”
This article brings up an interesting perspective. If you flipped your classroom, will the students automatically engage in flipped learning? Enclosed in the article are the four pillars of practice help ensure that a flipped classroom leads to flipped learning.
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“Educators are increasingly pressured to find ways to reach all of their students—each with very different needs. The personalization of education, or differentiation, has been proposed as one solution.”
In an age where information is at the touch of our fingers, students don’t need teachers to provide knowledge. That’s why the Flipped Classroom is here to say. Students gain information outside of the classroom and the concepts are reinforced in class. Here’s a few more reasons why you should be flipping your classroom.