What’s the Difference Between a Flipped Classroom and Flipped Learning?
"If only [insert subject here] were taught this way when I was in school, I might actually know how to do it." I have said this countless times, and I hear it often from others. As executive director of the Flipped Learning Network (FLN), I have an "elevator speech" at the ready whenever people ask what flipped learning is. Once I explain the concept — and they register how a flipped classroom could have changed their own learning experience — they nearly always respond with some variation of that refrain. Defining the Terms Usually, the quick explanation I offer describes a flipped classroom: In this scenario, teachers record their lectures, which students watch outside of class, and then dedicate class time to doing the homework. Why do I characterize this explanation as a flipped classroom and not flipped learning? What are the most common misconceptions about a flipped classroom and flipped learning? Fact or Fallacy? Fallacy Per FLN's "What Is Flipped Learning?" Fact or Fallacy?
Related: La classe inversée
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