Blended learning & flipped classroom


What is blended learning? Blended learning is an education technique involving a combination of online materials and in-person instruction. Flipped classroom is a type of blended learning where students view their lecture material at home and do coursework in class. Find more videos at

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  1. Zahra Kamilla 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    I'd like to incorporate a flip classroom for the next school year. I was wondering, how do you streamline challenges, such as students failing to access their pre-class lesson videos, in order to make sure they come prepared and ready for the in-class activity?

  2. Esther Benartzy 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    this seems great and logical with students in 5th grades and up maybe even4th grade but how do you implement that with K and 1st graders?

  3. Bradley Lightbody Great Lessons 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    An excellent summary and I'll add to my channel playlist on online learning if you don't mind. The interesting thing is how quickly because of the closure of schools all of the objections to online learning have floated away and many , many teachers and students are discovering the benefits of blended and flipped learning approaches.

  4. Top Kek 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    I'm currently attending university to become a teacher. I really hope that Austria is going to start implementing the blended classroom into our education system. Most schools here in my country are strictly following the "classical teaching style".

  5. Trung tâm Hỗ trợ giảng dạy ĐHQGHN 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    What a useful video. Many thanks for this. We've just added a Vietnamese subtitle, hopefully it's published soon for audiences in Vietnam. Thanks

  6. Edrieënna Brandao 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    Thanks so much for the explanation. Very insightful. Question…

    What programm does one need to make videos like this. I am starting a minor in moden media and I need to make an instruction video for my student but I have no idea what program I can make my video in.

  7. Shelby Dinkel 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    Module 13 – AEP 800: I chose this video because I think that videos like this are really easy to follow along with. It does a great job comparing and contrasting the traditional learning with blended learning. I am doing some of this currently. Almost everything I do in my classroom, I put on Google Classroom. Students are able to work at their own pace. I do notice that some students get through the tasks really quickly, and I have to try and provide those students with more challenging tasks. I appreciate that this video addressed the challenges of blended learning and a flipped classroom. This video basically explained how a lot of my classes in college operated. Standards: (ITSE.T.2a,2017) (TPK, 1)

  8. Sanjay Sampat 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    description of video shows that it is licensed under a Creative Commons CC-BY-SA 4.0.
    However, in license type it is Standard Youtube License.

    My question is I may use/embed this youtube video link in my moodle course ?

  9. Sanjay Sampat 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    Nice video which explains how technology with proper pedagogy and content can be used for effective education

  10. Ram Yadav 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    Your voice is good and makes teaching interesting .. I'm watching your video since last 6 month and it's very helpful in my study and knowledge expansion… Thank you for digital and free learning platform

  11. oopalonga 29 June, 2020 at 05:13 Reply

    ya, university lectures are a fuckin' joke compared to the FREE educational videos on youtube. the whole shitty system needs to be replaced and supplanted by youtube.

    but the system is strong and feeds itself. . .but i think in the next few generations we shall see its downfall.

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