The flipped classroom approach, heavily reliant on technology, may have reached a level of acceptance in higher education that makes is no longer experimental.
[caption id="attachment_59251" align="alignleft" width="150"] Educators say students' attitudes improved in flipped classrooms.[/caption]
Once pushed by higher education's tech savviest educators and policymakers, the flipped model -- which has students watch online lectures outside of class and complete homework in class -- is now used, or will be used, in half of college lecture halls and classrooms, according to a survey released Nov. 19.
The survey, conducted by webcasting...