Strategy Sessions: Changing it up with the flipped classroom

Learning and teaching in courses has gradually been drifting away from traditional methods over the past few decades. Living in a technological era, most of our students are tech-savvy and researchers and educators have been enthusiastically promoting the blending of technology in education.

Blended learning combines both online and offline material during in-class teaching. This poses several challenges for both teachers and students but can also bring enormous benefits.

In this recording, Kari Qasem demonstrates how a flipped classroom can offer a strategy to reduce the amount of teacher talk during class and provide students with more support as they apply knowledge. A flipped classroom is a type of blended learning where students view their lecture material at home and do coursework in class.

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