From STEM videos to history lessons, YouTube can be a one-stop shop for flipped learning


10-videos-flipped-learning If must-implement educational trends were narrowed down to a small group, flipped learning would be among the top contenders. But flipped learning doesn't have to consist of videos of a hand on a whiteboard, and it doesn't have to discuss how to multiply fractions in monotone—after all, there’s a whole YouTube world out there. Part of the fun of flipped learning is introducing brief questions on relevant curriculum topics that students can discuss or use to...

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