Flipped classroom


Q. Flipped classroom

Flipped classroom or flip teaching is a form of blended learning in which students learn new content online by watching video lectures, usually at home, and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class with teachers offering more personalized guidance and interaction with students, instead of lecturing.

This is also known as backwards classroom, inverted classroom, reverse teaching, and the Thayer Method.

A flipped classroom is one where students are introduced to content at home, and practice working through it at school.

Implications

  • In this learning approach, face-to-face interaction is mixed with independent study via technology.
  • Students watch pre-recorded videos at home, and then come to school to do the homework armed with questions and at least some background knowledge.
  • The concept behind the flipped classroom is rethinking when students have access to the resources they need most.
  • If the problem is that students need help doing the work rather than being introduced to the new thinking behind the work, than the solution the flipped classroom takes is to reverse that pattern.
  • This doubles student access to teachers–once with the videos at home, and again in the classroom, increasing the opportunity for personalization and more precise guiding of learning.
  • In the flipped classroom model, students practice under the guidance of the teacher, while accessing content on their own.
  • A side benefit is that teachers can record lectures that emphasize critical ideas, power standards, and even the pace of a given curriculum map.
  • It also has the side benefit of allowing students to pause, rewind, and Google terms; rewatch, etc., as well as creating a ready-made library for student review, make-up work, etc.

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