The Learning Renaissance

Defining 21st Century Learning: The Flipped Classroom

As a means of defining what is meant by 21st century learning, the term the “flipped classroom” has come into use, particularly in the United States.

Flipped Classroom snap

This infographic captures the main elements very well… namely a change in the relationship between teacher, students and principle pedagogy, the use of project based learning as a vehicle to ensure that the main learning tasks are defined by skills and competence led learning, rather than acquisition of content, and the use of learning technologies to research, display and discuss and review learning in a plenary session.

All these elements are critical to the RSA Opening Minds curriculum.

Read more at ETML: Awesome new Flipped Classroom graphic

Source: Sophia: Growth in Flipped Learning

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