Flip the learning

I lived in an age where information and knowledge was a commodity. Certain people owned it, and if I wanted their knowledge, I needed to spend time with them. That’s not how it works for my children. Knowledge is far from a commodity; it is everywhere and easily accessible through technology that wasn’t available 25 years ago. In many ways, this has been the driving force of a different instructional methodology described as “Flipped” learning. Flipped learning places the ownership of learning with the student, and tasks the teacher with...

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