Flipped Classroom – The Wave of the Future?

I’ve been working with my local school district to implement a 1:1 learning initiative which will provide each high school student with their own laptop. Pending final budget approval from the town, it looks like it will start in the fall of 2012. There will be innumerable learning opportunities provided by this technology which will come online slowly as teachers get up to speed on the possibilities. One of the easiest and most exciting is the concept of the Flipped Classroom. Knewton published a very easy to understand infographic on the idea. Check it out and let me know what you think. www.knewton.com/flipped-classroom/

About Ted Henning

Ted Henning is a teacher, instructional designer, education technologist and reform crusader. He hopes for world peace and to become a better guitarist.
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