Transitioning to the Digital Classroom Part 3: Blended/Flip

Societal changes are creating new normals

The flipped classroom, sometimes referred to in the blanket term blended learning, has been around for a long time.  Flipped learning came to the popular mind around 2005 and since then has been growing and developing.  The concept of blended learning has, in most cases, become a blanket term for classrooms that utilize both digital and traditional structures. In this episode we look at how this level of digital classroom sensibly sits in the middle of the spectrum.  To be fair this is a shift as flipped and blended have until recently been seen as a marginal model, but with the changes in education and society recently flipped and blended has firmly moved into a a position of normalacy. 

Join us as we look to this new series in an unprecedented time in education.  

The Blended & Flipped models:

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While we are at it, join us July 12th-16th as the Flipped Learning Network offers a free online virtual conference that builds on the ideas in this series and so many more. 


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