Science 2.0: “Flipping” Your Classroom

by: Eric Brunsell and Martin Horejsi

Aaron Sams and Jonathan Bergmann’s flipped classroom model allows them to provide direct instruction, but not during class. Students watch online lectures at night and teachers spend class time connecting individually with students—through hands-on activities, projects, and tutoring. This model creates a classroom structure that allows students to take responsibility for their learning both inside and outside the classroom.


Type Journal ArticlePub Date 2/1/2011Stock # tst11_078_02_10Volume 078Issue 02

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