Foundational knowledge is positively impacted by flipped learning
Higher-order thinking has a modest positive impact from flipped learning
Flipped learning helps students to learn professional and academic skills
Intra- and interpersonal skills such as enhanced interpersonal skills, improved content engagement, and developed metacognitive abilities like time management and learning strategies are fostered by flipped learning
Which educational setting is most effective for flipped learning?
Although flipped learning is effective across most disciplines such as business and science modules, it produces the greatest academic, intra-, and interpersonal benefits when used in language, technology, and health science courses.
It can be extremely beneficial for skill-based courses as class time will be dedicated to practising and mastering skills, rather than simply teaching and instructing.
It sounds great and you’re ready to start, but changing your pedagogy can be difficult and time-consuming.
This is especially true for flipped learning because teachers will have to commit an abundance of time and effort in order to create the necessary digital content needed for flipped learning.
With the pandemic, many teachers have taken the leap of faith and found their own ways of teaching. Many of which have recorded lectures and created their own digital library for supplementary content.
Teachers with digital content can experiment with flipped learning to see how it works for students.
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