Flipped learning helps teachers move away from direct instruction as their primary teaching tool toward a more student-centered approach.
When educators hear the terms flipped classroom and flipped learning, typically the first thing they think of is a teacher-created video that students watch at home, as though that were the essential ingredient.
It's not. Flipped learning is not about how to use videos in your lessons. It's about how to best use in-class time with students. That insight is causing educators in classrooms from kindergarten to college to reevaluate how they teach.