Tag Archives: flipped classroom
Flipped: it’s Newton, but its’ not Einstein
I just got done with a webinar on the flipped classroom. I appreciated the dialogue. I am confident that the people in the webinar are each tremendous educators. While I don’t see the flipped classroom as where instruction ought to … Continue reading
What does flipping miss?
First off, the flipped classroom is not so very new, but then again, not much is. Consider the learning cycle. This “flips” traditional instruction by starting with student exploration, then going into concept development. The problem is in implementation. When … Continue reading
What should we flip?
My last post had some criticism of the flipped classroom. David Cox, Frank Noschese and I were discussing the nuances on twitter and each had an important insight. David noted that the better flip described in my example lesson is … Continue reading