Blended learning and the flipped classroom

See on Scoop.itUsing Technology to Transform Learning

What exactly do these terms mean? How much online content is the right amount? What sorts of sites and apps should we be using? How can we convincingly recommend new technologies to students who are more technologically savvy than we are? Do we need a radical rethink of the way we present information to learners?

Norton Gusky‘s insight:

UK perspective on Blended Learning and the Flipped Classroom. Nik Peachey gets to the main point – it’s how we move toward a more student-centric learning environment that’s the key. Flipping learning is not about the use of videos out of class. It’s about providing a more personalized series of learning experiences that use digital resources out of the classroom to provide for more engaging in-class projects and activities. 

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