Some of the positives and negatives of this method - With an Infograph
There has been a substantive amount of research and scholarly articles written about the so-called flipped classroom. Although many practitioners and scholars have posited the advantages of flipping the classroom, others have lamented the loss of the more traditional classroom paradigm. The benefit of the flipped classroom is that it allows for student-to-student learning, lessening the amount of work for the instructor and encouraging student engagement. Conversely, the flipped classroom can potentially replace learning with entertainment as the focus of the classroom moves from instruction to mere interaction. Pascal-Emmanuel Gobry has written an interesting article, with graphics to match, about the positives and the negatives of the flipped classroom (see link below). I am curious as to your feedback regarding whether you use or do not use flipped classroom techniques as well as your thoughts to the positives and negatives posited in the article.