Tuesday, 4 October 2016

Making learning easier with the flipped class room

Making learning easier with the flipped class room

Imagine this scenario. A child is watching his lessons on the tab or smartphone. He is enjoying the lesson because it is filled with animations and presentations. The lesson is short so he doesn’t get bored and at the end of the lesson the child can assess himself by answering the objective type questions attached to the lesson. The software analyses the areas where the child is weak and presents the analysis to the child, who can go back to the lesson and relook at the concept to understand it thoroughly. Ultimately, he does comprehend the concept and passes the test on his device and also in school.
 Many parents would go love the part where it says that the child enjoys the lesson, because that is impossible to imagine. However, it is believable once the word ‘animation’ enters the conversation. This plot is not from a sci-fi movie, but a concept that is fast catching on in the world of education. This is called the flipped class room. So called because the student learns his lessons at home leaving the class room time free for discussions, experiments, activity-based learning and tests.

You can read the full article here: Making learning easier with the flipped class room

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