Flipping the classroom is a digital way to enhance student learning. This is often done by assigning videos or computer tutorials for the learners to do at home. This frees up both the student and the teacher to use class time to individually give and get instruction where needed. It puts more responsibility on the learner to come to class prepared.
Flipped classrooms are being used successfully across the nation to enhance and accelerate student learning. How does it all work?
Jonathon Bergman is one of the nation's first mastery learning teachers. Here he explains how flipping a classroom frees he and his students to use one on one time more efficiently and effectively.
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