Flipped Learning at Work
Today I was catching up on news feeds about Flipped Learning. As I read, I was struck once again by the evidence that Flipped Learning continues to transform schools, teachers, and students. In the past month there have been some exciting reports and studies about Flipped Learning:
- A student with learning disabilities who gets help through Flipped Learning
- A Nigerian teacher who wins a prestigious award because he flipped his class
- An article citing how the US Air Force is using Flipped Learning to modernize their curriculum
- A study showing that Organic Chemistry is better learned using Flipped Learning
- A study of Swedish Engineering courses that showed increased engagement and student performance with Flipped Learning
- A study from Australian colleges showing that Flipped Learning is effective for large university classes.
- The Vermont Larner College of Medicine has decided to do away with all lectures and embrace Flipped Learning.
These real-life examples reiterate that Flipped Learning works.