Reverse Instruction, or “Flipping The Classroom” is a great way to leverage education technology and the idea has gained a lot of attention recently thanks to high-profile advocates like Salman Khan and The Khan Academy.
By enabling students to consume instructional content outside of normal class hours, teachers can devote more of their valuable face-to-face classroom time to reviewing and reinforcing the lessons covered in those materials.
Have you tried reverse instruction in your classroom, even on a small scale? Many educators love to read about other teacher’s experiences with using technology in instructional applications. Please do comment (on the original post on EmergingEdTech.com) and tell us a little about how you’ve used reverse instruction … what worked well, and what didn’t. We will reach back to some of the teachers who comment and select some stories for a full write-up and a Feature Post on the site.
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