“Flipping your classroom gives the students the chance to apply ideas rather than simply absorbing them.” Higher Education Network
Before we answer this question, we should clarify what is meant by “flipped learning.” The idea is that requisite individual learning will occur prior to and outside of the classroom. In this way, classroom time can be used for interactive collaborative learning activities in which that knowledge is applied.
This pre-training information may include: prerecorded lectures, reading materials, video demonstrations and self-directed exercises. It may be provided in paper form, online through blogs, podcasts and videos, or through social networking and discussion boards.
Is flipped learning a good idea? Yes.
Can flipped learning be effective? The answer to this question … Read the rest