Thinking about flipping your classroom? Flipped-learning pioneers Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams walk you through the steps you need to take to make blended learning a reality.
Rethinking Space and Time
Flipped learning gives teachers in-class time to support students on challenging material, provides early warning when they don't understand, and encourages them to ask questions. The first step: re-imagining your classroom space.
- Overcoming Common Hurdles
- Is Flipping for Everyone?
- Formative Assessment
- Which Tech Tools Are Right for You?
- Getting Stakeholders on Board
More Edutopia Resources for Flipped Classroom and Blended Learning
- Read More About Flipped Learning
Video lectures at home? Homework in class? Welcome to a new world of active learning, where teachers can be there when students need them. Visit Edutopia's Flipped Classroom page for all of the best Edutopia resources on flipped-learning techniques.
- Read More About Blended Learning
Flipped-classroom techniques fall under a style of teaching called blended learning. Learn how to combine face-to-face instruction with technology-facilitated classroom exercises here.
- Should You Flip Your Classroom?
Not sure if flipping the classroom is right for you? Read about the pros and cons in this article by Ramsey Musallam.
- Classroom Management and the Flipped Class
The flipped classroom casts a different light on classroom management issues, as teachers rethink one-on-one time, off-task students, freedom vs. control, and parent expectations.
- Watch Salman Khan on Liberating the Classroom for Creativity
In this video, Salman Khan, founder of the Khan Academy, talks about how blended learning can give teachers more time to focus on creative thinking, help struggling students succeed, and encourage collaborative education.