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Flip Class Research Results Episode From the podcast The Flip Side with Jon Bergmann

Does the Flipped Classroom help the learning process?1Tonks The results of a new flipped learning study of 12 UK schools with over 2,400 students where staff had flipped their school suggest that flipped learning has a large impact.

The study was carried out in the subject of math in the UK by Kirsty Tonks’ team. The results of the study directly support the practice of flipped learning as a way to get to a deeper level of understanding due to less time being spent in lecture and more time in problem solving with students. Listen to Kirsty Tonks on the Flip Side Podcast with Jon Bergmann. Tonk’s suggestion at the end of the podcast: “Don’t waste your time with flipping one class; flip the SCHOOL!”

 

 

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