Let's take a look at a couple video clips explaining the process.
Note especially the visual showing the flipped classroom in the following video.
In my classrooms, I use a hybrid version of the flipped classroom. Students cover the materials before class and we do activities related to those concepts. However, if I notice students having difficulties with some concepts, then we may cover those concepts via lecture/discussion during the class.
So, what are the activities done in a flipped classroom? There are a variety of approaches here, but I prefer to use games or what is called gamification in education. More on this in a later blog post.
If you are curious and want more information on flipping the classroom, see my relevant bookmarks or my Flipping the Classroom YouTube playlist.
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