The article contains highlights the skills students use whilst participating in a flipped classroom (analyse, interpret, interpolate, assess, apply etc) - this is a practice I liked to do in my unit planning so I knew what skills/competencies/actions my students would be taking.
Three over-arching affects mentioned are:
- True differentiation can occur. Lessons can be tailored for students in regards to time, speed, location.
- It promotes the critical thinking. In-class time is spent more effectively.
- It challenges you, the educator, as much as the student. Makes teachers think about the effectiveness of their delivery, and deeper content knowledge.
Flipped Learning, Fluency Style