Defining Flipped Learning

Flipped LearningThe Flipped Learning Network proposes a definition of flipped learning based on “four pillars”, which describe multiple modes of learning and assessment, learner-centered inquiry, contextualized content, and instructor responsibilities. The description of the four pillars of Flipped Learning also includes a checklist, so you can assess how you’re doing. Generally, the emphasis is placed not on the idea of the physical space of the classroom, but on the theory of how people learn.

Robert Talbert discusses the new definition in the blog, Casting Out Nines. Read more at The Chronicle of Higher Education…

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