One topic which I read, see and hear a lot about these days is the flipped classroom. In fact, there seems to be a great deal of discussion about whether the flipped classroom is actually a positive or negative thing for students. I will analyze this very question below as I consider the various benefits and detriments of the issue as I wade into the great flipped classroom debate!
When I was in school I often got papers back from my teachers, especially my English teachers, with lots of red marks all over them, a few comments, and a grade at the top. Did I closely check each of them? Did I carefully scrutinize all of the comments and make my papers better? Often …
Via Benoit Anger and Thomas Roulet, comes this pretty useful infographic on the increasingly-famous "flipped classroom" model promoted by, among others, Khan Academy's Sal Khan: (More below.) What's great about this infographic is that it presents the arguments for and against the flipped classroom model very fairly. I recommend reading the arguments for [...]
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