Sep 10 2012

Making the Flipped Classroom a Reality [Infographic]

Technology is powering a better learning environment for college students.

Flipping the classroom isn’t just popular among students; professors love it too. The “sage of the stage” model is becoming outdated as technology makes it as easy for professors to record lectures as it is for students to watch them. Reserving classroom time for interactive and collaborative learning is a refreshing approach to pedagogy and a remarkable use of technology.

"Students don't want us to be teaching the same way we did 10 years ago," [Cheryl Aschenbach] says. "Technology is always changing, so teaching has to be innovative and constantly evolving."

Read more about how Lassen Community College is implementing a flipped-classroom model.

The data presented in the infographic below is from the CDW•G Learn Now, Lecture Later report, which surveyed more than 1,000 students, professors and IT professionals. It can be downloaded here.

Making the Flipped Classroom a Reality

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