With the rise of mobile learning in the classroom educators are increasingly shifting away from “traditional” teaching models towards a more flexible approach. One approach that has gained widespread popularity is the flipped classroom. In a flipped classroom strategy the traditional instructional content is delivered outside of the classroom, and “homework” activities take place in the classroom. This allows teachers face-to-face time to help guide students as they put the lecture material into practice.
In 2014, The Flipped Learning Network and Sophia.org conducted a study about flipped learning, surveying over 2,300 flipped learning educators about their experience. The results present some interesting statistics about how flipped learning is continuing to expand: