What is Flipped Learning: Flipped Learning Definition

This two page overview developed by the Flipped Learning Network gives an excellent definition of flipped learning, suitable for introducing the concept to any audience. It lays out the components of successful flexible learning, detailing each of the four pillars: creating a flexible learning environment, shifting to a student-centered learning culture, providing intentional content to students prior to class, and employing the skills of a professional educator. For each, it includes a few indicators educators can use to evaluate their own practice.

Source Organization: Flipped Learning Network

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