Traditional System of Teaching and Learning

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Running Head: TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP YOUR CLASSROOM1TITLE:“TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIPYOURCLASSROOM”FRANCIS PONGOFIELDING GRADUATE UNIVERSITYDR. PALLOFF
TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP YOUR CLASSROOM2SUMMER 2016Table of ContentsIntroduction....................................................................................................................................3Challenges.......................................................................................................................................4Benefits............................................................................................................................................5Conclusion......................................................................................................................................7Reference:.......................................................................................................................................9Challenges.......................................................................................................................................4Benefits............................................................................................................................................5Conclusion......................................................................................................................................7Reference:.......................................................................................................................................9
TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP YOUR CLASSROOM3
TO FLIP OR NOT TO FLIP YOUR CLASSROOM4IntroductionThe traditional system of teaching and learning where the teachers spend 90 percent of the timeto lecture as the students listen and take notes and sometimes get an assignment has come undercritical scrutiny from a section of educators, policy makers, parents and event students.According to Gojak (2012, para. 1),.“Whenever a different strategy comes along, educatorswonder about its potential, including for the latest addition--the flipped classroom.”.Flipping the classroom has emerged as one of the alternatives to the above challenge. Flip theclassroom is a system where the students are given tasks to take home. The students then do apresentation during the classroom hours by sharing their findings. Thereforeusthe focus is theshift from teachers giving lectures tostudentsengagement. Somesimpledefine this method asusing videos to do the assignment. I think flipping the classroom is more than just using a video.It is engaging and empowering our students toutiliseutilizetheir ability to learn and understandwithout boundaries.It takes a couple of days for students to complete the cycle. The instructor presents the topic andengages the students in the classroom. A follow-up of a group or individual video and othermultimedia activities are carried on by the students. The next day is spent discussing theirfindings and sometimescalls fora follow-up assignmentis called(Saltman, 2011). According toHennick(1999),flipping the classroom is more about focusing and spending time with studentsand less time lecturing them.
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