Flipped Classroom Model: reverse teaching

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Self-access is a hard learning model that needs certain amount of self-control and motivation. To help students to gain autonomy and entrepreneurship for learning success, flipping classroom can be a good way to start.
Flipped Classroom is a model of blended learning in which students acquire new information online, usually by watching videos or reading at home, and do problem solving later in class, with teacher's help and personalized guidance. With one-to-one approaches, this reverse teaching can offer more time for teacher-student interaction in class, and for learning success.
Flipped classroom techniques are spreading and diversifying all over the world. Many prestigious institutions, such as Khan Academy and the University Edge are using this approach for their teaching dissemination.

These videos can help to start exploring Flipped Classroom techniques in 1-to-1 environments, in order to:
  • Diversify input and personalize initial information.
  • Provide individual orientation for tasks designing with differentiated exercises.
  • Enlarge options and project planning.
  • Increase learning scenarios and implementation guidance.
  • Facilitate different assessment models.


    Can you suggest some Flipped Classroom experiences with 1 to 1 devices?
    What activities would be the best ones to start exploring this reverse teaching strategy?
    Let us know your ideas and suggestions!

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