More on the Flipped Classroom – From the UK and Online Teaching Practices

This re-blog comes to us from Verona, Italy, written by a British teacher and scholar, and primarily discusses technology used to teach online courses. There are several mentions of new tools that may help the instructor who is currently teaching online, or considering moving courses into a hybrid/online environment.

http://hartlelearning.wordpress.com/2011/09/06/flipping-the-classroom-and-the-future-of-homework/

I am posting this not only for the tips and perspective on what a “flipped” classroom is, but because it is helpful to know what practices are considered successful – and how emerging technology is leveraged – in different countries and how it may be helpful to us here in the U.S. to consider different ideas of instruction, homework, and student motivation.

I’d love some comments on this post, as well as some discussion on what others are doing (post your links!)

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