Navigating Flipped Classrooms

~Developing Independent Learners


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A growing number of studies show that an independent learning approach can improve students’ achievement graph by leaps and bounds. Converging with this are the lines of Kari M. Arfstrom, the cofounder of the Flipped Learning Network who propagates   Flipped learning as fabricating fortuity for active engagement. It is “a pedagogical approach in which direct instructions move from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter.

 

Being a vigorous instructional strategy, it conceivably utilizes innovation to make fruitful arena for knowledge and learning. With time it has been rapidly acquired ubiquity by educators and students because what makes the flipped classroom so compelling is students, here, analyse and scrutinize material before class as homework and in-class time is committed to conversations, intelligent activities, and self-reliant work, transforming the traditional sessions into bilateral learner-friendly abode under the direction of the educator, who is available and accessible to acknowledge the queries that may emerge. The model makes 21st century learners self-reliant at the same time making class time more productive and engaging

A two hours in-depth session with other pedagogues shall   persuades them to re-equip traditional methods and initiate new technology into their classrooms helping them devote more time with the grappling students while allowing more advanced pupils the freedom to work ahead.