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EDU@YourBest

Nov 24, 2018

Okay so if flipped learning can be adapted to students on the two tails or extremes of the normal curve, and if flipped learning is malleable and effective enough to be customized to various student groups, is there anyone for which flipped learning does not work best?  I think that answer has a definitive yes. In this...


Nov 18, 2018

This audioblog is the companion piece to the original blog at flippedlearning.org I discuss the role and relationship of research and flipped learning to the idea of the digital native. Join us.


Nov 5, 2018

The basis of flipped learning myth #4 is the second half of the definition of flipped as “videos at home/ homework at school” In the previous post for Myth #3 we discussed the limitations of defining flipped learning as “videos at home”, and the false limitations it places on students and teachers. Now let’s...


Nov 5, 2018

The basis of flipped learning myth #3 can be found in the limited definition of flipped learning as “videos at home / homework at school”.   We discuss how this definition is a viral yet limited view of flipped learning. check out the original...


Nov 5, 2018

The second misconception about flipped learning is “flipped learning is easy for the teacher”. There is a tempting element of flipped learning that if the students are watching videos, and the students are doing homework, then the teacher is free to not have to do those things. That is only somewhat true. Join me as...