Flipped learning, in which students first learn the material at home and then class time focuses on understanding, has gained popularity in recent years. It allows students to have greater control of the learning process and promotes student-centered learning and collaboration.
Flipped learning isn’t just for secular studies. Here’s how you can utilize the Torah Live platform to create effective - and interesting - flipped Judaic Studies classes.
Flipped learning will transform your lessons and help students internalize the beauty of halacha. Try these ideas and let us know how your students reacted. Write to firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments and feedback.