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 Traditional vs Flipped Classroom (Infographic)

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PostSubject: Traditional vs Flipped Classroom (Infographic)   Fri 19 Oct - 17:18

A new method of teaching is turning the traditional classroom on its head.

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PostSubject: Re: Traditional vs Flipped Classroom (Infographic)   Fri 19 Oct - 17:33

A brainy idea! This would ease the task of teaching and learning

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PostSubject: Re: Traditional vs Flipped Classroom (Infographic)   Tue 1 Oct - 20:47

(Before the Flip)
(After the Flip)
Before ClassStudents assigned something to readStudents guided through learning module that asks and collects questions.
Instructor prepares lecture.Instructor prepares learning opportunities.
Beginning of ClassStudents have limited information about what to expect.Students have specific questions in mind to guide their learning 
Instructor makes general assumption about what is helpful.Instructor can anticipate where students need the most help.
During ClassStudents try to follow along.Students practice performing the skills they are expected to learn. 
Instructor tries to get through all the material.Instructor guides the process with feedback and mini-lectures. 
After ClassStudents attempt the homework, usually with delayed feedback.Students continue applying their knowledge skills after clarificationa and feedback.
Instructor grades past work.Instructor posts any additional explanations and resources as necessary and grades higher quality work.
Office HoursStudents want confirmation about what to study.Students are equipped to seek help where they know they need it.
Instructor often repeats what was in lecture.Instructor continues guiding students toward deeper understanding.
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