Flipped Classrooms Around the Globe

Believe it or not, most classrooms around the world are alike. Whether they’re in Europe, North America, or Australia, “typical” classrooms filled with kids are remarkably similar globally. But what about the flipped classroom?

The concept of students watching lectures at home and doing homework in class has become increasingly widespread since its discovery in 2007. That’s the year when two high school teachers in Colorado introduced a new approach to education. By allowing students to learn material in their own way, the flipped classroom provides countless benefits to teachers and students around the world.

But don’t take our word for it. We’ve gathered a few examples of what the flipped classroom looks like worldwide.

The Netherlands

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