Flipping Higher Education

Very interesting topic.

Kristina Hollis

It’s only something I recently learned of, even though its been something educators have been doing for a little while now (I can be slow sometimes lol) but the revolution of flipping the classroom is here and gaining ground as a very powerful tool for teaching.  I would love to still be in the classroom just to try this out with my students as it has the potential to create such diverse opportunities for hands on learning in the classroom.  The presentation below by Jackie Gerstein on Slideshare is a great look at what flipping the classroom means for higher education.


Imagine what you could do in your classes, lectures or tutorials is students came to them prepared with new knowledge that they had gained whilst engaging with learning materials independently away from the face-to-face teaching.  It’s kind of done I guess now in blended learning approaches or completely…

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