Flipped learning takes advantage of the fact that in some courses the best experience for students is to have them do the passive act of watching or listening to content beforehand, and then have engaging discussions and activities during class time.
- LinkedIn Learning is a powerful tool … for teachers that use the Flipped Learning model. … In this video, I'll provide a brief overview of the process … and a few tips to help you utilize LinkedIn Learning … for a flipped classroom. … Flipped Learning is exactly what it sounds like. … Instead of having students come to class … and attend a lecture or a lesson, … and then sending them home … to apply that knowledge as homework, … we move the lesson to the home environment before class. … And then have students work on application … and extension of knowledge activities in the classroom. … Now this makes a lot of sense … when we think about the learning modalities … of how we learn during the lecture … and the homework phase. … When we're in class we're asking students … to be passive learners … and then when they move home we're asking them … to be active learners. … Most of us, however, we need more support … when we reach the active learning level. … With Flipped Learning, you the educator, …
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