The 'guides on the side': exploring the flipped teaching method

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    Abstract

    Podcast: The traditional way of imparting knowledge (teacher at the front of the class, lecturing, setting kids homework they might not do) could one day be a thing of the past.

    This age-old method "assumes that the student's brain is like an empty container into which the professor pours knowledge". However, some educators believe a new "flipped" method could be the way forward, potentially producing better learning outcomes for Australian children.

    Limited trials are currently being conducted across Australia and Education Review spoke to an educator involved. Dr Kim Wilson of Macquarie University talked to us about this method and its future implications.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherEducation Review
    Media of outputOnline
    Size11:50mins
    Publication statusPublished - 6 Apr 2018

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