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By Jonathan Bergmann, Aaron Sams

It all started with an easy remark: scholars desire their academics current to reply to questions or to supply support in the event that they get caught on an task; they don't want their academics current to hear a lecture or evaluate content.From there, Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams started the flipped lecture room: scholars watched recorded lectures for homework and accomplished their assignments, labs, and checks at school with their instructor to be had. What Bergmann and Sams stumbled on used to be that their scholars validated a deeper figuring out of the cloth than ever before.This is the authors' tale, and they're convinced it may be yours too.

Learn what a flipped school room is and why it really works, and get the data you must turn a school room. You'll additionally study the flipped mastery version, the place scholars study at their very own velocity, furthering possibilities for customized schooling. this straightforward idea is definitely replicable in any lecture room, doesn't expense a lot to enforce, and is helping foster self-directed studying. when you turn, you won't are looking to return!

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