Here's another term in our 'weekly E/M-learning glossary: 'Flipped Classroom'
The term may sound a little crazy. When we hear it, we usually imagine a classroom with everything turned upside-down and inside-out with rowdy students jumping up and down the tables and chairs. At least that what crossed my mind when I first heard the term.
The ideal output for the 'flipped classroom' is that class time is spent more on applying than teaching.
If you want to know about the benefits of the flipped classroom, we have a previous blog post about it here. And by the way, we at Team Minreeva can help you 'Flip Your Classroom.'
Here's a video from Julie Schell explaining the Flipped Classroom in a minute. Cheers!