5 Simple Steps to Create your own Flipped Classroom

The classroom that gives lectures at home and does homework in class.

The flipped classroom approach is one of the hottest phrases in innovative education. And the hype is more than just a fad. More and more schools are integrating technology in the classroom, technology that often leans toward flipped classrooms.

The Rationale Behind It

The idea is that recorded lectures viewed at home are more helpful to students. They can watch the videos over again, pause as needed, do more research, etc. And since no one knows the homework better than the teacher, why send kids home to do it? By bringing their work to school, students have access to a quiet environment and all the personalized help they need.

With new edtech hitting the market every week, more and more possibilities to incorporate the flipped classroom model are opening up. And it works on all levels—K–12 and beyond.

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