Flipped vs. traditional teaching (sketchnote)

I’m always asked about the difference between flipped learning and a traditional teaching approach. What a perfect excuse to continue practicing my drawing skills and design a sketchnote! So here’s my latest sketchnote.

I made it with the intention to be used in a face-to-face setting (some day) and so that it can be explained by flipping the page. For digital use, I have uploaded each part separately as well.

Complete sketchnote:

Traditional class sketchnote

Flipped class sketchnote

Note: this sketchnote is created for free use. If you would like to use it, please contact me and I will share a good quality image or pdf with you. I’d also love to know if you find it useful. Comments are deeply appreciated!

5 Comments

  1. Mike Kenteris says:

    Most informative, thank you

  2. Laurie Mascolo says:

    This is a GREAT visual. I would love a copy to use with my First Year (Freshmen) Writing course to help them get the concept better.

  3. Kathryn says:

    We are beginning Blended learning and 1 of the focus strategies will be Flipped Learning. May I have a PDF of the infographic?

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