07/07/15 • 7 min
Episode 31: Flipped Classrooms, with Bryan M Brush
In this episode:
Bryan goes solo this episode and looks at a growing trend in instructional design known as the flipped classroom. He discusses not only its origins and advantages, but also its pitfalls. By the end of this brief episode you should be able to make sense of what exactly a flipped classroom is.
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Show Notes & Links
The Fresh Prince of Bel Air Theme Song (Full Song)
Synchronous vs. Asynchronous Classes
The Rise of Any Time, Any Place, Any Path, Any Pace Learning: Afterschool and Summer as the New American Frontier for Innovative Learning
Twilight of the Lecture
From Sage on the Stage to Guide on the Side by Alison King
The Huffington Post
American Teachers Spend More Time In The Classroom Than World Peers, Says Report
National Education Association Today
Teachers Win Fight For More Planning Time
A New Understanding of the Digital Divide
The Washington Post
Technology won’t fix America’s neediest schools. It makes bad education worse.
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