Today’s classrooms are outfitted with the latest technologies, but too often the teaching methods don’t take full advantage of the options these tools afford.
Flipping the classroom — inverting the time spent on lecturing and homework — can create new inroads for learning by leveraging the technology used in classrooms and at home, says Kathleen Fulton, an author and president of Fulton Creative Consulting.
To aid those on the fence about implementing a flipped solution, Fulton led a special spotlight presentation Tuesday at CoSN 2015 on the “Top 10 Reasons Why Flipping the Classroom Can Change Education,” a condensed version of her 2014 book of the same title.
Fulton also included caveats for several of her reasons that educators should consider before making the leap to flipped learning. (See caveat in article)