Ever heard of Flipped Learning? It has been around about ten years but the benefit of this learning model is the ability to demonstration real world applications and engage students with interactive projects.
It is called ‘flipped’ because the traditional definition was, “what used to be classwork” (the lecture) is done outside of class (usually with videos), and “what used to be homework” (assigned problems) is now done in class.
However, flipped learning has evolved to describe any situation in which technology is issued to time-shift the delivery of content. It is where active learning meets technology.