Hearing the words blended and flipped might make you think about food and cooking techniques. No, you have not stumbled upon the Food Network. If you have been around the educational table in the past few years, you have seen these words surface in relation to learning. Undoubtedly, you have heard the terms blended and flipped classrooms. But what exactly are these things?
Over the next 4 weeks we will explore many aspects of blended and flipped classrooms. We will share various resources and thoughts about taking your instruction to another level.
To get started, here are a few links to sites to help ground you in what these terms mean.
Defining Blended Learning by the Teach Thought Staff: This article offers some basic understanding of the concepts.
3 Mindsets for Blended Learning from ISTE: This article focuses on aspects to consider when blending your classes.
4 Tips for Flipped Learning from Edutopia a few tips from fellow educator.
Cheers to you and your new learning about blended and flipped classrooms. Tune in next week for another installment and assistance with sharpening your skill set.