4 Pillars of the Flipped Classroom

Just read an interesting post by David Nagel of THE Journal.  He discusses a report, “A Review of Flipped Learning” by identifying the 4 pillars of the flipped classroom and then listing challenges and concerns.  

4 Pillars:

  1. Flexible environments
  2. Culture shift
  3. Intentional content
  4. Professional educators

Challenges and Concerns:

  1. Fear that the flipped classroom will lead to further standardization/privatization of education.
  2. Unequal access to technology
  3. Inability to engage students immediately when instruction is being delivered.

You can download the pdf of the 27 page report by clicking: LitReview_FlippedLearning

 

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