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The Practical Guide to Flipping Your Classroom

Engaging Students Through Online Technology

Traditionally, teachers spend most of their class time presenting. Students passively receive this information, while scribbling down notes.

Flipped classrooms turn this experience on its head. Lectures are recorded and then shared with students to review. Classroom time is reserved for students to engage in discussions and activities, leading to a more interactive learning environment.

In this guide, you will learn:

  • The basics of a flipped classroom
  • How to build great content
  • How to plan for the upcoming academic year

Download our guide to learn more today.

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