Flipped Classroom: Make Your Training More Efficient

by Uta Lange on July 19, 2017

Paying attention to students with different skill levels requires much time during onsite training. Students with more knowledge can get bored easily.

  • Vice versa, students with less knowledge may get overwhelmed.
  • The flipped classroom method aligns the different
  • skill levels before the onsite training.

The students study the training material at home at their own pace.

Depending on their knowledge, they need less or more time for understanding the training content. Students with less knowledge do not slow others down.

  1. Advanced students can skip material
  2. they already know and use the time

for other topics or tasks to deepen their knowledge.

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