Flipped Classroom

The term flipped classroom is popular in the public education space. At school, students usually are taught in class and are then assigned homework to complete in their own time. Flipping the classroom means the students study in their own time and focus on group discussion and problem-solving during classroom time.

In corporate, flipped classroom is a variant of using adaptive learning for prework. Participants use adaptive learning to do the heavy lifting, they use it to build conceptual and/or procedural knowledge and skill. The ILT or VILT contact time is used for peer interaction and group work.

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