What’s the difference between bMOOCs and Flipped Classroom?

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Source : www.quora.com
Auteur : Robert McGuire
Date de l'info : 27 août 2015

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Blended means a mix of traditional (in-person) environments and online environments.

Flipped means that the activities for in-class time and out-of-class time — or the teacher-facing activities and the independent activities — are reversed from what is customary. So if traditionally a class involves lecture during the teacher-facing time and exercises during the independent time (i.e. homework), a flipped classroom would move the content consumption (usually through recorded videos) to out-of-class/independent time and move the exercises to in-class/teacher-facing time, on the theory it’s more valuable to have the instructor involved at that stage than lecturing on the content.

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