Answered By: Doreen Rogan
Last Updated: Jun 06, 2018     Views: 11

The flipped classroom is one where multimedia is used to enhance student learning outside of class, so that classroom time may be used for active learning techniques.  For example, a student in a culinary class may watch a video lecture on plating techniques, look at several pictures, read a chapter in the text book about plating presentations, and take a quiz on that same topic.  The student will then come to class for hands-on practice and group discussion.

For more information about flipped classrooms, visit the teaching excellence website and click on the flipped classroom tab.