Virtual School Meanderings

June 12, 2018

Benefits Of The Flipped Classroom Model Of Blended Learning

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This series is a follow-up to the series on blended learning from last fall. Those posts, based on a course that Robert Godwin-Jones teaches regularly, discussed the basic what, why, and how of blended learning.

In this new series, we will be widening the focus, starting with a discussion of different available models of blended learning for both higher-ed and K-12 schools. That will lead into a discussion of the particular benefits and drawbacks of each model. We will also be looking at the related issue of how to tailor a blended learning approach to achieve maximum benefits for all students, through personalized learning and sticky content. Finally, we will look at the opportunities to expand the reach of the blended/online course through the use of mobile technology and micro learning.

In this second post, focused on the flipped classroom, the main takeaways are:

  • Options and flexibility in content delivery
  • Additional classroom time for collaborative learning activities
  • How to be successful in a flipped classroom format

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This article is one of a series published in SoftChalk Talka blog covering timely issues related to all aspects of instructional design and published by SoftChalk LLC.

Have a comment on this topic? Suggestions for future topics or interest in being a guest writer? Send me an email at natalie@softchalk.com.

I look forward to hearing from you!

Natalie Saltzberg

SoftChalk LLC 22 S. Auburn Ave. Richmond VA 23221  877-638-2425

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