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Principles of a Flipped Classroom

Adopted TBL Model │ Readiness Assurance Process │ Application Activities │ Peer Evaluation

Flipped Classroom: Inverting or flipping a class is a blended learning approach that intentionally moves lectures, content and asynchronous activities into an online and out-of-class learning environment. Instructors can use face-to-face class time for active learning methods that increase student engagement, deepen understanding of concepts and advance mastery of skills. A successful flipped classroom follows the following principles:

1. Provide opportunity for students to gain first exposure prior to class
2. Provide an incentive for students to prepare for class 
3. Provide a mechanism to assess student understanding
4. Provide clear connection between in-class and out-of-class activities 
5. Provide clearly defined and well-structured flipped classroom activities
6. Provide adequate time for students to carry out their assignments
7. Provide facilitation and guidance that supports a learning community
8. Provide prompt and adaptive feedback on group and project work
9. Provide technologies familiar and easy to access



Last updated 11/2/2017 9:29 AM