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Keep Your Class Interesting part 9
« on: March 25, 2018, 03:30:16 PM »
9. Flip Your Lessons

The Flipped classroom have been gaining some credibility since the term "flipped" entered the education world in 2012. The idea that students can learn new information at home and come to school and use class time for critical thinking activities and to reinforce concepts was unheard of. However, today many teachers are using this strategy and finding that the results are amazing. Students are now able to work at their own pace (which is great for differentiated learning) and engaging with their peers in a more interactive, meaningful way when they are in the classroom. Try using the Flipped teaching strategy for your next lesson and see how well your students are engaged. You never know, this may be just the tool that you were looking for to help keep your students more engaged.