Flipped Classroom

What is Flipped Classroom?

A Flipped classroom is a classroom where the division of work is “flipped”—rather than being introduced to new content at school and practicing through homework, students access new content at home and practice while supervised in the classroom. Generally, students watch pre-recorded videos or absorb other content through technology at home, then use class time to discuss what they learned and solve problems under the guidance of an educator.

Learn more about the flipped classroom in EdTick's guide The Flipped Classroom as a way of learning

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