What is it?

  • Flipped instruction moves the traditional lecture online (often outside the classroom) and moves active learning into the classroom. The strategy has been modified many different ways in order to accommodate the unique needs of various disciplines and students.​

  • Knewton Infographics: The Flipped Classroom provides an overview of flipped learning and results from one high school that adopted the strategy


Why incorporate flipped learning strategies?

  • The flipped model provides more time for active learning, collaboration, and interacting with students during class time.

  • Listen to Jon Bergmann (one of the originators of the strategy): Preparing Your Students for Flipped Learning talk about how this instructional model can be implemented.


What are some best practices for higher ed?


Tools used to implement flipped learning


Take a look at our full list of instructional tools.





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