What Is the Flipped-Classroom Model, and What Does It Look Like in K–12 Schools Today?
Armed with more educational technology and the professional development to meaningfully use it, more educators in K–12 are considering the flipped-classroom approach.
At the onset of the pandemic, schools found ways to make virtual learning work. They rolled out one-to-one device programs and made investments in educational technology. Educators learned to use new tools and found new ways of bringing content to students.
With the technology barrier broken down, some educators took the opportunity to shift their methodology to a flipped-classroom approach. Others, who already employed this model, found that it made the transition to and from remote learning easier on students.
Read more about how technology and teaching techniques brought about by the pandemic pave a natural path to flipped classrooms in school districts.