Essentially, flipped learning involves students accessing some of the instructional aspects of the learning at home, via video links etc, instead of during the lesson. This then allows the teacher to focus on assessing their knowledge, challenging their misconceptions and deepening their learning during the lesson, by building on the foundation knowledge they have acquired at home.
The following video explains the approach:
So, the teacher will need to find an instructional video and then set it for the students to watch at home. If it’s to be successful, the teacher needs to ensure that they watch the video beforehand and then carefully plan some questions for the students to do the next lesson. The questions need…
View original post 416 more words