In some ways, it’s one of the oldest methods in teaching: introduce new material through out-of-class assignments, then use class time to apply, analyze, dig deeper. In other ways, new technologies like podcasts, video lectures, and automated quizzes open up new possibilities for moving information delivery out of the classroom and active learning in. Call it “flipping the classroom” or “teaching naked” or just “class,” it can be a great way to engage students and improve learning. For a helpful overview, see The Flipped Classroom FAQ.
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