Teaching method


IBI Flipped Classroom was built based on the combination of the followings: 


1. Student-centric & personalized learning 
A student-centered approach to teaching shifts the focus from the teacher's needs to the student's. A ‘passive’ learning occurs at home, and then solve problems and apply the new knowledge in the classroom, they get less frustration with their homework and free class time for active learning. Student has choice to lead their own learning activities with teacher’s instructions. The flipped classroom gives more freedom to teachers to decide upon how much time to spend with each student. Struggling students, great performers, introverted kids, and extroverted ones can get the attention each of them needs.
2. Skills-based Teaching & Learning approaches
At IBI Flipped Classroom, we intentionally invert the design a learning environment so students engage in activities, apply concepts, and focus on higher level learning outcomes during class time. This definition encourages us to think strategically about the learning experiences we are designing with our students so they can achieve the learning outcomes. The focus is not the technology. It’s the process. It’s the process of involving our students in applying and analyzing course content, making decisions, critiquing a topic, or evaluating a data set. It’s the process of creating something together to demonstrate understanding or to express ideas.
3. Parent involvement is a great way to ensure student participation
The IBI Flipped System offers more transparency for parents, who will know exactly what their kids are preparing for at school. This can also improve the communication between parents and teachers.

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