A different type of flipped classroom – what if we flipped the field trip? #WhatIfWeekly

What if more learning happened “in the field,” and we only occasionally gathered in that place we now call “the classroom?” As it stands, most of school happens in the classroom, and we only occasionally take field trips. What if we flipped that? What if we grouped according to certain criteria and attributes and did most of our learning in the field. Then, when necessary, or on a regularly scheduled basis, we could go on a “classroom trip.”

Related post: “PROCESS POST: Is flipping the classroom just a step on a prototyping path?

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Some of what I’ve been reading & studying today:

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