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Career and Technical Education | flipped classroom | Teaching Strategies

How To Experience the Benefits of a Flipped Classroom in CTE

By: Jim Schultz
March 30th, 2017

As a CTE curriculum provider, teachers often ask us for ideas on how best to use eLearning curriculum in their classroom. While we know every classroom and set of students is unique, one option we suggest is a flipped classroom approach. When we share this, some teachers ask questions like “What is a flipped classroom?” and “What are the benefits of a flipped classroom?”

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flipped classroom | student engagement | Teaching Strategies

Engaging Students with the Flipped Classroom

By: Sarah Layton
January 7th, 2014

Teachers are always looking for new ideas for and comparing notes about engaging students. One method of engaging students seems to create a controversy whenever I find myself discussing it with educators. That method? The flipped classroom.

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Blended Learning | flipped classroom

The Flipped Classroom: A New Approach with Blended Learning

By: Celestial Holmes
January 24th, 2013

Imagine with me a classroom full of engaged, excited students.  They are prepared for class.  They have questions and they are busting at the seams to ask them.  They have ideas they are excited to share.  They are anxious to hear what their peers have to say and what they have experienced.  As a teacher, would this be a classroom you’d enjoy teaching in? This is a flipped classroom.

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Homework and the Flipped Classroom: My Dream Homework?

By: Sarah Layton
September 13th, 2012

On Tuesday, I asked some questions about the necessity and effectiveness of homework. That evening, I  had discussion with a friend, who is also a teacher, which had us debating the idea of homework and the flipped classroom. You see, a few months ago this same teacher and I debated the concept of the flipped classroom, where I liked the idea, but she did not. So, as we discussed homework, she said you can't have a flipped classroom without assigning homework.

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Blended Learning | flipped classroom

Flipped Classroom: A Student's Perspective

By: Sarah Layton
June 22nd, 2012

It's Freaky Friday, when we give you some input from a student, Bri Richard. 

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flipped classroom | Teaching Strategies

What Is a Flipped Classroom?

By: Sarah Layton
May 10th, 2012

In my search for interesting and useful things to share with you, I recently have repeatedly come across “the flipped classroom.”

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