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“Embrace Messy” and Other Tips for Flipping Your Classroom

As Professor Timothy Bresnahan from Stanford University says, "You want your students to be active; you’ve got to be a little passive." And what happens in a flipped classroom? Instead of focusing on the teacher standing in front of the class lecturing, the focus "flips" to what the students are doing.

What teachers might have a hard time doing is becoming "actively passive" when they're used to having the student's attention on them. Dr. Barbi Honeycutt, Founder of Flip It Consulting has provided three recommendations to create a successful experience for both you and your students.

See the full article "Be Actively Passive: 3 Strategies to Be Successful in Flipped Learning Environments" by Dr. Barbi Honeycutt from Flip It Consulting (@FlipItConsult).

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