How the flipped classroom expands learning beyond the instructional day

04/18/2012 | T.H.E. Journal

The popularity of the so-called flipped classroom means learning no longer is confined to the walls of the classroom or to the traditional instructional day, suggests Michael Hart, executive editor of T.H.E. Journal. He writes about a discussion of flipped classrooms that took place last month during the Consortium for School Networking conference in Washington, D.C., in which Bailey Mitchell, chief technology and information officer for Forsyth County Schools in Georgia, said the district sees an uptick in traffic on its learning management system between 8 p.m. and 9 p.m.

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