Flipping the Classroom: Explained





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Published on Dec 21, 2012

You may have heard that flipped and blended learning are transforming school and university classrooms, but what exactly is a flipped classroom?

With the teacher at the front and students seated in rows, the classroom has barely changed in the last century.

But, today we know that there's no 'one size fits all' approach to learning. The flipped classroom is a form of blended learning that brings together advances in education and technology to deliver instruction online, outside of class, via video, and moving 'homework' into the classroom. The end result is a personalized, engaging learning experience for every student — whatever their learning style, pace, or ability.

The MediaCore Video Platform helps professors and teachers at institutions around the world practice flipped and blended learning. With direct integrations with a school's existing LMS, MediaCore makes it easy to supercharge any online course with video.

Visit www.MediaCore.com to learn more.

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