字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント SPEAKER 1: Every course that has some face-to-face component progresses through a sequence of in class time and out of class time. In a traditional lecture-based class, students are typically assigned material to study before coming to class. But then are expected to sit through a presentation that often covers similar content. And then assigned something to do for homework, usually on their own. In a flipped class, students have access to the instructor's lectures ahead of time along with any other background material that they need. Which frees up face to face time to let students seek clarification from instructors, collaborate with peers, and practice applying concepts while getting guidance and feedback directly from experts in the moment when it can help the most. This lets students leave class with an even greater collection of resources and a clearer awareness of what they need to focus on to close any gaps that remain in their learning. For more information on the flipped classroom and other teaching and learning resources, go to ctl.utexas.edu.