Thursday, September 25, 2014

Flipped Learning Network

    Flipped learning is a totally new notion to me. I have never heard about it before this module. I am very curious about the new item, so I signed up for the site of flipped learning network to explore it. It is a learning community for educators using flipped learning. They can share their videos, discuss topics related to teaching in the forums, and have different members in different groups. Flipped learning is like learning online by watching videos, discussing and solving problems in a more personalized and interactive way, rather than by traditional lecture. In one word, flipped learning network is communication platform for educators using flipped learning.

    I might have flipped teaching opportunity this October. This social network site could be very useful for me. I am excited that I have signed up for a site that I will use it in the future!

1 comment:

  1. Although some flipped learning classes rely largely on lecture type videos for homework, there are many other Internet activities that can be employed. I think one of the most important aspects of flipped learning is what types of activities then occur in the classroom setting as a follow-up to the online homework.