The number of Flipped Learning studies I reviewed this month dropped dramatically from last month – 42 studies in all. The most exciting and powerful study asked, “What are the results of Flipped Learning?” (#1). The research showed that Flipped Learning leads to the exact qualities students need in the 21st century!
Once again, I am in awe of how the quality of Flipped Learning research continues to improve. The number of studies that asked the fundamental question: “Does Flipped Learning work with _____ (fill in the blank)?” are being replaced by more complex questions, namely: “How do we improve Flipped Learning?” This telling trend shows us how far Flipped Learning has evolved and how widely accepted it is in the world. One study that highlights that trend looked at using Flipped Learning to teach students about entrepreneurialism (#6).
Several studies looked at the technology of Flipped Learning (#2, #3, #4). The most intriguing study looked at the future of flipped videos (#2). They used eye-tracking software with different types of media, including augmented reality videos.
Numerous studies continue to demonstrate Flipped Learning as a meta-strategy that supports all other active learning strategies (#7, #8, #9, and #10). These studies combine Flipped Learning with collaborative learning, CDIO Learning, Simulation Learning, and Team-Based Learning.
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