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The flipped classroom model

The traditional teaching mode is summed up with a teacher imparting knowledge in class and a student doing homework at home. The Flipped Classroom initiative proposes the opposite; assimilate the content at home and do homework in class.

It is based on a work model where the paradigm is inverted, the easiest part is done at home and the hardest in the classroom. This enhances the student’s active learning, since it develops their autonomy and boost their commitment to teaching. 

You no longer start from scratch in the classroom, with the content seen at home the work has advanced knowledge. In class, doubts are resolved and knowledge is deepened and consolidated. One of the advantages of the Flipped Classroom method is that students will always have access to the resources provided by the teacher and look at them when they need them. 

Traditional method

Flipped Classroom method

With the Flipped Classroom methodology, the teacher can invest his time and energy in the true weaknesses of the students. The focus falls entirely on the students, who, during that class time, dedicates themselves to delving into the subject and resolving their questions. This strengthens skills in them such as involvement and concentration. 

Applying this teaching strategy is easy, for example, with TopWorksheets. The tools provided by the platform are excellent for putting the Flippled Classroom method into practice. The creation of multimedia content is very simple and the accessibility for students is very intuitive. 

Using technology to our advantage helps us adopt mew teaching measures. The pedagogical potential of the Flipped Classroom methodology is very considerable, since the teacher pays more attention to the educational needs of each student. You don’t learn by memorizing, but by working.