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Engaging Students with ‘Flipped Learning’

Flipped learning has taken the education world by storm. The newest teaching and learning method—in which students watch videos and learn course content outside of the classroom, and then come to class to complete “homework” with the help of instructors and peers—raises many questions about how instruction can be completely transformed to engage students more effectively.

With the generous support of Hitachi, we’ve assembled this collection of stories from our archives, along with other relevant information, to help you learn more about flipped learning and how it might benefit your students and teachers.

—The Editors

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Engaging Students with 'Flipped Learning'

Promise of ‘flipped classroom’ might elude poorer school districts

Promise of ‘flipped classroom’ might elude poorer school districts

When Portland, Ore., elementary school teacher Sacha Luria decided last fall to try the new education strategy called "flipping the classroom," she faced a big obstacle.…

The truth about flipped learning

The truth about flipped learning

A flipped classroom is all about watching videos at home and then doing worksheets in class, right? Wrong!…

How to make videos your students will love

How to make videos your students will love

When we first started making our own videos, they were not very good. Over time, our videos have gotten better. Give yourself some time and you, too, can…

How to implement the ‘flipped classroom’

How to implement the ‘flipped classroom’

Despite the attention that the videos get, the greatest benefit to any flipped classroom is not the videos. It’s the in-class time that every teacher must evaluate and…

Flipping for fitness

Flipping for fitness

Physical education (PE) teachers are often on the short end of the stick when it comes to technology innovations in school. When the battle of the bulge is…

New education platform from TED could help power ‘flipped learning’

New education platform from TED could help power ‘flipped learning’

TED, a nonprofit organization devoted to spreading big ideas through a series of conferences and a free video platform, has continued its expansion into education by launching a…

Why Khan Academy is so popular—and why teachers shouldn’t feel threatened

Why Khan Academy is so popular—and why teachers shouldn’t feel threatened

Sal Khan wants to reassure teachers that his free Khan Academy service isn’t out to take their jobs—nor is it a statement about a teacher’s ability to deliver…

Conference to explore best practices in flipped learning

Conference to explore best practices in flipped learning

This summer, educators will have the chance to delve into some of the finer points of one of the largest and most popular trends to hit classrooms in…



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