How to organise a Flipped Lesson

On 21 October 2020, I was invited by The Research Institute for Innovation & Technology in Education to share viewpoints on flipped learning with a group of teachers at Birzeit University.

As expected, the live session was a flipped session itself, so we started watching a key clip on Flipped Learning by its founder:

After the triggering video, collaborative brainstorming occured for several minutes at this common board, for participants to wrap up the basics of Flipped Learning:

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