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The Flipped Classroom December 9, 2012

Posted by stewsutton in Education, Information Technology, Learning.
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The flipped classroom has become synonymous with using videos to have students view lectures at home while in-class time is used for applied knowledge. However, educators can begin by asking how your in-class, face-to-face time is best used. For some instructors, that is pre-recording lectures and doing hands-on activities in class. For others, it is presenting information and then supplementing the more difficult aspects of the lesson with videos.

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