4 components of successful flipped instruction

04/7/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Education

There is no how-to guide on successfully flipping classroom instruction, suggests Brian E. Bennett, a former teacher and flipped-learning pioneer. However, Bennett writes in this blog post, there are four components that all successfully flipped classrooms include: the use of intentional content, a shift in schools' learning culture, a flexible environment and professional educators.

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