More Faculty Use Flipped ClassroomOctober 18, 2016 | :
by Jarrett Carter
Technology presents opportunities for students to more efficiently submit work and engage in learning exchange. In the flipped classroom method, this is a key asset for developing competency-based models of progress and learning, as students can work independently with material and demonstrate, at their pace, mastery of a subject.
More importantly, the method allows students more opportunities to engage with other learners, increases the level of immersion in the subject, and according to some studies, reduces prospects of cheating on assignments.
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