What We Learned: Flipped Learning

01/25/2018 8:45 AM | Paul Venderley (Administrator)

I had some illuminating conversations during our structured networking session, and wanted to share a take-away.

Flipped learning doesn't help us normalize our audience before they come to the classroom. Rather, it helps us identify those who are struggling, thanks to the application of Key #3. Once we are aware of who will need extra support during our in-class activities, we can make a point to either visit those individuals to provide more coaching or, perhaps applying Karen's strategy, team them up with a group of learners who have shown proficiency in the subject matter.

This is part of the process approach that Jason mentioned: we're no longer creating content and activities for our learners, we're guiding them along a path of identification, exploration, and development.

What was your take-away? Ah-hah moment?  Let us know in the comments!


  • 01/25/2018 12:27 PM | Paul Venderley (Administrator)
    We edited this post to indicate that Key #3 addresses assessments that would help us identify those who are struggling with the content. Originally, we'd referred to this as Key #2.

    Half the time when I leave the house I forget one set of keys or another. It's not surprising I mixed these up.
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