Welcome to the Flipped Classroom
The Flipped Classroom is one of the latest methods teachers are using to better engage their students. Students will receive their primary instruction normally done in class outside of the classroom, usually by video. Then students do assignments and other activities normally given as homework when they go to class. The biggest benefits to this style of teaching is that students have more time, one-on-one or in small groups, to work under the guidance of a teacher. This also allows teachers to give more attention to students who need extra help. Below is a presentation that further explains what the Flipped Classroom is and how it works along with links to resources to help you get started.
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