flipped-learningFlipped Learning

A pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, while the former becomes an interactive, active learning environment – Flipped Learning Network.

 

 

Schaffhauser, D. (2014, August 13). 2 great techniques for the flipped classroom. Campus Technology. Retrieved from https://campustechnology.com/Articles/2014/08/13/2-Great-Techniques-for-the-Flipped-Classroom.aspx?Page=1.

Julie Schell, director of the University of Texas at Austin Center for Teaching and Learning, highlights two teaching methods for flipping classrooms. Just in Time Teaching (or JiTT), where students are given a coverage assignment and are then given conceptual questions and feedback questions, gives an instructor clues regarding what is difficult or confusing. Peer Instruction, where students challenge each other to agree with their response to a question or concept, gives students a chance to work through information and come to a conclusion.

Stansbury, M. (2014, July 7). 20 new facts about flipped learning in higher ed. eCampus News. Retrieved from http://www.ecampusnews.com/top-news/20-new-facts-flipped-learning-higher-ed/.

This article highlights 20 facts about flipped learning from the “2014: Extension of a Review of Flipped Learning” report conducted by George Mason University. The categories include growth, resources, how it’s used and by whom, case study findings, professional development, technology most useful and concerns.