With the introduction of more and more advanced technology into the classroom, a new educational strategy is beginning to be employed in schools across the country. It is an instructional practice called “Flipped Classrooms.”
According to teachers, authors, technology practitioners, Jon Bergmann, Jerry Overmyer and Brett Wilie, the basics of a “Flipped Classroom” consists of...
However they contend that it is much more. Bergmann, Overmyer and Wilie offer an additional explanation of a “Flipped Classroom,”...
Advocates of the “Flipped Classroom” concept argue that with this instructional practice, students are asking questions and solving problems with the teacher or fellow students - instead of just sitting compliantly and listening. They say that this strategy allows the teacher to spend more time addressing specific questions and offer more personalized attention, rather than reciting just the one-size-fits-all lecture.
While this instructional practice has been employed by colleges and universities for some time, the introduction into a secondary educational environment is relatively new. So it begs the question of parents, students and teachers alike - “To Flip or not to flip...that is the question!”
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