No, I’m not complaining about churches or trying to buy and then sell churches for a
prophet profit. Actually I’m talking about a little development in education called the “Flipped Classroom” and why it might be relevant for churches today.
What Is The Flipped Classroom?
The “flipped classroom” is the idea that instead of learning about a topic in class and then practising the topic at home (for example, at school your teacher explains how to do long division and at home you answer problems on long division) students learn about a topic at home (via a cleaver and sometimes interactive video) and then practice the new learned technique in class.
This, in theory, means that a student can slow the video down or re watch a video clip to make sure that they have understood a lesson. The they have access to the teacher in class to help them out with any questions they still have.