Flipping Back and Forth
A blog at Edutopia discusses flipping the flipped class back into the classroom. In a flipped classroom, the main lessons are done at home using a virtual program on line or on a student’s tablet or computer, along with books, papers and pens, while “homework” –projects and exercises that reinforce the lessons – are done in school. The main problem with flipped classes, the author says, is that there’s no way to ensure that the lessons are done at home.…
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