Don’t make these mistakes with flipped learning
From stale practices to no accountability, even flipped learning can fail students Flipped learning has taken off in classrooms across the country, but what many educators are realizing is that the new toy feeling of videos as homework is wearing off. The reason: You can’t re-package stale teaching techniques as something new. To get the most out of flipped learning, the trick is in the design. During a recent edWeb.net webinar on flipping the science classroom, Marc Seigel, a chemistry teacher at Middletown High School in Middletown, N.J., explained how four years ago, the concept of flipped learning was intriguing and just catching on. “At first, I used a handheld camera to tape some lectures and post them on my website as a supplement for students.
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