The Typical Flipped Learning Structure

Definition

Flipped Classroom is a blended learning model in which students learn course material online, outside of the classroom, at their own pace before returning to the classroom. The educator can utilize in class time to engage students in guided activities, example problems, and provide a space for collaborative discussion and inquiry. This allows students to practice self discipline and time management outside of class, while getting the guidance and applied learning that they actually need in class.

Sources:

Tucker, Bill. “The Flipped Classroom.” Education Next, 12 Sept. 2017, www.educationnext.org/the-flipped-classroom/.

Blended Learning Definitions.” Christensen Institute, 2 May 2014, www.christenseninstitute.org/blended-learning-definitions-and-models/.

 

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