Flipped Learning Defined
"Flipped learning is when teachers do not use face-to-face time to deliver direct instruction. Instead direct instruction is delivered asynchronously."
I think it is pretty much expected , many people tend to have some misconceptions on what the flipped learning is,for it is more than just about flipping the class and I think it is best that we should clarify on that.
flipped learning at a large scale
As for those skeptics , here's a result of a survey (click on the link if you can't see the picture) made in the U.S. (I think it can be replicated anywhere in the world , provided that it is implemented properly )
Once again , let me clarify that this isn't my idea , I don't get credit for this. I'm just sharing it because I think it is necessary for us to have a more effective way of learning.The primary reason why this is important is that we(students) are most likely preparing ourselves for jobs that don't exist yet, for change is happening at an unprecedented scale. With flipped learning,we can have many different nuanced perspectives as it helps us in our critical thinking(which I believe is important for the challenges we face in the world).
There may be very powerful positive points that are not all obvious at first sight. That is how entrepreneurs work. They see the value that those around them have not yet spotted-- there might be more positive points on the flipped learning that I haven't spotted myself, in which you can find out. Value and benefit are by no means always obvious.
Thanks for your time to read this , I really appreciate that.