The Learning Renaissance

The What and How of Flipped Learning

An interesting blog post from WIZIQ on the ideas behind the concept of Flipped Learning…

Teachers crave to see all their students participating enthusiastically in the class. Instructors adopting flipped learning have seen more ‘one-on-one’ interactions with class participants and observed ‘more’ interaction among students. According to researchers Johnson, Adams Becker, Estrada & Freeman, 2015, flipped learning model ‘provides opportunities for increased peer-to-peer interaction and deeper engagement with the material.’

Read more here: 7 Amazing Facts About Flipped Learning  |


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