Flipped Learning

Closed vs. Open


A slide I created for a talk presented back on May 25, 2018 at UPTC 2018. The talk was related to teaching practice in the English language learning classroom, using my own definition of flipped learning:

Flipped learning is a framework in which interactive learning environments involve both synchronous and asynchronous communication and online and offline delivery of content and human engagement in a way that achieves short-term and long-term goals which are both personal and collective.


Published by Benjamin L. Stewart

I´m an EFL teacher educator and foreign language coordinator at the Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes in Mexico.

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