Lectures falling flat with students? Consider implementing a flipped classroom model to refresh their learning experience and add a new perspective to your teaching strategy!
Teachers have been joining forces to share the positive experiences with students after employing a flipped classroom. This shift in classroom structure encourages students to examine lessons at home to prepare for related in-class projects that would traditionally serve as homework, allowing teachers to guide confused students and cultivate discussions. Many simply describe it as assigning class lessons as homework and saving homework for the classroom. Proponents say a flipped classroom employs many of the teaching methods similar to experiential learning, affording a tactile educational experience. Learn how you can best utilize a flipped classroom environment.
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