Should You Flip Your Training?

Image for Should You Flip Your Training?


This blog was first published at TrainingZone, the leading platform for Trainers.


I once was a trainee at a course given by a famous trainer. The course was pretty expensive and I was excited by the subject matter, so I took their suggestion of reading a whole book before going to the training seriously. By the time I entered the training location, I was enthusiastic, ready to learn more and eager to interact with others that had come to the training.  Only later did I realize that this was a simple, yet powerful (low-tec) example of flipping the classroom or, as we might call it, flipping the training. Only a few years later, flipping the training has become an important trend and something we think about a lot at LearningStone*.

Flipping the classroom is a concept that has a growing following in education. It refers to moving the consumption of more or less passive instructional content such as listening to lectures out of the classroom. The teacher stops lecturing and starts providing videos and other material for at home and uses the time in the classroom for more interactive work.

Read the full story by


Image for BYTE Recap - The Power of You: Managing the Chaos of WorkBYTE Recap - The Power of You: Managing the Chaos of Work Image for Creativity: An essential skillCreativity: An essential skill

From our Network

7 eLearning Dos And Don'ts For Successful Online Learning

4 Ways To Get People Addicted To eLearning

5 Tips For Writing An Attendance-Boosting eLearning Event Announcement

8 Tips To Write Learning Objectives For Corporate eLearning

Magic Coast Announces Major Upgrade