Flipping Out in the Classroom

Consider this scenario:  Instead of having a bunch of text read to you at the front of the room from a PowerPoint slide, you study this PowerPoint presentation in the comfort of your home, click on a few links to see a video demonstration or animation on your computer and then take a quick online quiz to see if you are ready to attend a “flipped class” on the topic you are studying.  Instead of coming to class to hear low-level facts read to you, your instructor asks you to envision solutions to real world problems, create solutions and share your ideas with your classmates.  http://www.nmc.org/news/imagining-possibilities-edtech-lesson-content-delivery This may be my educational Nirvana…

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