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Flipped Classroom Infographic

September 29, 2011

[re-post of an article that was constantly being hit by some kind of web crawler]

There is an ongoing movement to change the college classroom experience from one dominated by lecture to one with increased student activity and interaction. Under the new model, students receive their first exposure to a larger slice of course content outside of class, allowing more class time to be spent engaging with new knowledge. As part of this process, faculty members often use educational technologies to enable new strategies.

One variety of this idea is called “The Flipped Classroom,” and it is illustrated in a colorful infographic, part of which is shown at left (a slide show version of the graphic is also available).

The image was created by Knewton, a company that specializes in adaptive learning, and the design firm Column Five Media

[via the Cool Infographics blog]

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