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Types of flipping?

Posted on: July 17, 2019

Do a Google search of the types of flipped classroom or flipped learning. You might find proponents of four types or six types or even what is best in which circumstance.

Read these without critical thought and you reduce a complex and worthwhile design to sound bites. There are no easy answers even if you find convenient ones.

Flipping starts first with a change in mindset. Such a change becomes evident with changes in behaviours of teachers and students. What might these changes look like?

I share two of my perspectives in image quotes.

The flipped classroom swaps WHAT happens WHERE. Flipped learning changes WHO does WHAT.

The flipped classroom focuses on engagement. Flipped learning is about learner empowerment.

Are these perspectives reductionist? No. They do not define flipping so precisely as to remove possibilities and contexts. They do, however, establish good foundations upon which to design and build.

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George Somers: Types of flipping? ashleytan.wordpress.com/2019/07/17/typ… via twitter.com

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