Flipped classrooms are becoming more and more common, both for in-person classes and in online learning settings, Edudemic reports.
When Aaron Sams and I first started flipping our classes in 2007, we made a lot of mistakes, John Bergmann blogs.
A flipped classroom is all about watching videos at home and then doing worksheets in class, right? Wrong!
There have been many school reform trends over the past few years: student response systems, video games for math, mobile phones for learning—but none have completely transformed the…