The discussion on Flipped Learning is definitely getting more press and I believe that is a good thing. Hopefully this leads to all of us to reflect on our roles as educators and how best to engage our students and lead them to better learning outcomes.
From the article at Computing Education Blog:
“The reason why it’s generating a lot of discussion is because we know that it can make a difference to flip a classroom. Jason Day and Jim Foley here at Georgia Tech did a careful and rigorous evaluation of a flipped classroom seven years ago (see IEEE paper on their study). We all know this study and take pride in it — it was really well done. It can work. The Harvey Mudd study also shows that it can be done in a way that it doesn’t work.”
See the post at Why Flipping Classrooms Might Not Make Much Difference | Computing Education Blog.
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