Active Learning in the Flipped Classroom

Flipped Classroom & online-learning

Flipped Classroom & online-learning

by Darya Shpak -
Number of replies: 2

Higher education is moving towards more flexible, effective, active and student-centered teaching methods that will be suitable for delivering learning online. Do you think an inverted class model is one such method? Can this method be used to implement a course entirely online, for example, using the Moodle Learning Management System?

In reply to Darya Shpak

Re: Flipped Classroom & online-learning

by Natallia Chetyrbock -
I believe that using the inverted class methodology will not be enough without supplementing with traditional teaching methods. In any case, at this stage of development of the school of teaching. But together, this will increase the effectiveness of training.
In reply to Natallia Chetyrbock

Re: Re: Flipped Classroom & online-learning

by Halina Pusiankova -
I totally agree that only combination of traditional and innovative methods, technologies , approaches can lead to a better result. But all the participants (teachers , students) must be ready to work in new models. Students must be taught how to learn by means of Flipped Classroom.