With that video intro under your belt, let's ground ourselves in a widely-recognized, formalized definition of Flipped Learning from the Flipped Learning Network. And also distinguish between a Flipped Classroom and Flipped Learning. These terms are not interchangeable.
Flipping a class can, but does not necessarily, lead to Flipped Learning. Many teachers may already flip their classes by having students read text outside of class, watch supplemental videos, or solve additional problems, but to engage in Flipped Learning, teachers must incorporate the following four pillars into their practice. Take a moment to read and reflect on these pillars and their interrelationships.
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