Flipped Classroom Model: The Future-Present of Blended Learning

Leo Learning

Joanna Kori, Global L&D Manager for LEO Learning’s parent company Learning Technologies Group , looks at what she calls ‘the future-present of blended learning’. Joanna draws on her experiences as a blended learning specialist, as well as her work with the Flipped Classroom Model of blended learning and how it’s very relevant to L&D today. As a blended learning specialist, I still work with both old and new methods.

The two faces of blended learning

E-Learning Provocateur

What is blended learning? Most of us, though, say that blended learning is a mix of modes of delivery. In this age of technological nirvana, I think it’s important to recognise the two different faces of blended learning: 1. Without an appreciation of this distinction, you are liable to lose yourself in the redundant notion of “blended learning for blended learning’s sake&#. Well, it depends on who you ask.

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Guest Post: You can teach an old teacher new tricks

TechSmith Camtasia

How does a teacher in a solitary classroom learn how to get better? I started by getting out of the classroom during my conference period and into other teacher’s classrooms. I didn’t know much about the flip classroom, but I knew the direct instruction was done on video and traditional homework was done in class. Since this time, I have learned that I can burn an entire semester of MP4 movies onto one DVD. Guest post by teacher, Steve Kelly.

Myths about online learning

Janet Clarey

I think many of these myths can be applied to corporate e-learning. As part of a blended experience OK, but not alone. I'm thinking here about a vodcast with group communication around its content. Or, a video in a classroom with active discussion.]. Myth : Online courses are OK for learning Microsoft Word, but you cannot possibly teach real science (which translates into higher thinking/very technical content in the corporate world).

Learning Goes Social

CLO Magazine

New technology is empowering employees more than ever to control their own learning and development. As corporate America continues to embrace social tools for learning and development, social learning has shed its reputation as a transient industry buzzword. With a laser-like focus on the end user, emerging technologies are shifting some of the power and onus from the learning function to the individual learner. Learning materials must be easily accessible.