Slides: Flip your classroom with Slides

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Learning Activity

In a flipped classroom, students spend their class time engaging with their teacher and their coursework, and their home time studying instructional content (like presentations and lectures). 

In this model, teachers support their students while they're working through learning concepts, like figuring out tough math equations or comparing and contrasting novels--activities that are traditionally considered homework. The model also allows students to follow lectures and presentations on their own time, at their own pace, as they can repeat or pause the (digital) instructional content.

Flip your classroom with Slides. Use presentation tools, videos and links to give students the same rich instruction they would receive in the classroom, but assign it as homework. Then, spend your class time exploring learning objectives with your students: working on projects, facilitating conversations, and answering questions. 

Tip: Research flipped classrooms to get design inspiration for your instructional content. 


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