I learned about this infographic from Erin Klein’s blog, Kleinspiration:
“The Flipped Classroom” is another “Next Big Thing” that has actually been around for a very long time. The concept of the Flipped Classroom is that kids take the lead in creating their own knowledge through activities and exploration that is facilitated by a teacher who functions as the proverbial “Guide on the Side.” However, there’s a 21st century twist – kids utilize increasing amounts of technology to facilitate their exploration and demonstrate or share their learning, as the infographic below illustrates. (Please note the data cited at the bottom as evidence of its effectiveness)
Created by Knewton and Column Five Media
Please visit Kleinspiration: Flip Your Classroom and Enhance Achievement for more information.
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