Knewton released an infographic called “The Flipped Classroom” that explores how educators are reorganizing the classroom to deliver instruction online, outside of class and using class time for “homework.”

The infographic takes a close look at educational technology and activity learning as new, effective learning models that are driven by historically poor learning models and a prevalence of new technology resources like educational videos. According to pilots of the new model, student achievement increased and discipline cases decreased. View the infographic below:

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  1. From the above literature the traditional method seems to far more better than flip classroom as far as learning outcome is considered.

  2. I appreciate the online style of education more than the face to face strategy because education these days is exactly different from the style of education before. Any student can get the needed information from the internet. What the students need today is only facilitation of learning from expert educators . A design of teaching procedure based on the learning outcomes, and how this outcome could be achieved using the online technology is what the students need today. Experts are well verse in the activities, resources, assessments or evaluation in the educative process; but the issue is the best technology that will suit this design is the million dollar question.


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