Flipped classrooms have become a popular trend in education, and they may be the way of the future. Flipping your classroom can be a powerful tool for improving student engagement, increasing student-teacher interaction, and helping students learn at their own pace. In this guide to flipped classroom instruction, we’ll take you through some strategies for implementing a flipped classroom in your school or university setting.
Create video lectures that cover the content of a lecture and then assign it as homework.
The first step is to create video lectures that cover the content of a lecture and then assign it as homework. The videos should be short and to the point, designed with an eye toward making them easy for students to find and consume. They should also be easily accessible from your course website or other online learning platform so that students can access them outside of class time if they need extra help understanding something that was covered in person during class time.
If your class does require hands-on learning, assign this as homework.
If your class does require hands-on learning, assign this as homework. Homework is a great way for students to practice what they learned in class and apply it in their daily lives.
However, there are many different types of homework assignments. Some can be done independently by the student at home while others require group work or collaboration with classmates or even instructors (such as when you ask students to create an online forum). …5 Strategies for Flipped Classroom Instruction Read More