A Transition to Flipped Learning: The Oakfield Experience
|Porter, David R.
|Advances in technology over the past decades have led to increased usage of technology among school aged youth. With increases in popularity of social media networks such as Facebook, Twitter and Instagram, there is an increased demand by some teachers to meet the students where they are, online. Students are found using the internet to stay in touch with friends, and to conduct personal research on an as needed basis; with this in mind, some teachers believe the internet is where they can best meet and engage their students. The following section discusses what flipped learning is, and why it should be implemented into classrooms.
|In Flip Mastery
|A Transition to Flipped Learning: The Oakfield Experience
|Education and Human Development
|Master of Science in Education (MSEd)
|Education and Human Development Master's Theses
|The College at Brockport