The Flipped Classroom


Flipped Classroom

Created by Knewton and Column Five Media

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4 thoughts on “The Flipped Classroom

  1. This is such an interesting concept. It seems like it would give students more time to process information and formulate questions and perhaps encourage students to ask questions who normally wouldn’t due to time constraints or even shyness in a normal lecture setting. Neat. Man, I am so old. I didn’t even have a computer until I was in college :D.

    • Hi sis.. it is an interesting concept… but sometimes, it depends also the type of students in the classroom, students can be challenging on how to really motivate them to participate in the class… Generation Y students are really different, they’re quite challenging…this coming semester… I’ll try to flip the classroom set up 🙂

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