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Flipped Classroom versus Traditional Classroom

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Alyssa Hess

on 11 March 2015

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Flipped Classroom versus Traditional Classroom
What does a traditional classroom look like?
In a traditional classroom teachers stand in front of the classroom and lecture students on a specific topic. At the end of the lecture the teacher will assign the students homework based on the lecture. The students will complete the homework outside of the classroom. When students return the next day the teacher will review the homework with the students then begin the process over again.
What does a flipped classroom look like?
The flipped classroom is an instructional model where the standard lecture and homework elements of the class are reversed or flipped. The teacher will typically assign students to watch a video lecture of some sort to watch outside of class. The video will usually have a quiz that students complete prior to class. In class students will participate in hands-on and collaborative activities to allow students to experiment with the material they learned outside of class.
Implications
research is about half and half on students willingness and comfortableness
though some students are resistant, student performance either stays the same or increases, never decreases
allows the teacher to be present for what students would traditionally have to complete independently
more collaborative and hands-on learning
not for everyone, won't work well for all teachers
though not for everyone, every educator can agree that lecturing alone will not suffice, the best learning occurs when students are actively involved in the learning process
Challenges
access to videos may be limited for some
videos are very time consuming for educator
some students will still prefer face-to-face lectures
educator must be organized and prepared
in class activities must motivate students to watch video
Advantages
hands-on, collaborative activities in class
teacher present for bulk of learning
students can listen to lectures over and over
technology incorporated into curriculum
students gain responsibilty for learning
teacher able to be a tutor instead of presenter of instruction
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