The following resources will assist faculty in learning about the flipped classroom concept, determining if classes lend themselves to being flipped, how to integrate the flipped classroom concept and networks/blogs available to educators that have flipped their classroom
Flipped Classroom Pros and Cons
It is important for educators to research not only the pros but also the cons of classroom flipping. These resources will assist in determining if your particular class lends itself to this concept.
This article covers the pros and cons of flipping your classroom and how students learn.
Is the idea of the flipped classroom flawed? This article weighs the pros and cons of flipping your classroom.
Video on the pros and cons of a flipped classroom
This article presents why the concept of flipped classroom may not be for everyone.
How new technology plays a role in the flipped classroom? Is it good or bad?
Active Learning Resources
Below are resources available to educators that want to learn more about active learning, motivating student participation and student engagement. Resources also address project-based learning and blending of instruction.
Video on the teachers that pioneered the flipped classroom.
Article on the two pioneers of the flipped classroom, Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams.
This article focuses on the use of the flipped classroom in higher education.
Take strategies for engaging students in the classroom and flip them.
Article outlines how teachers' roles change in the flipped classroom environment from presenter of content to learning coach.
Flipping for Beginners highlights the key benefit for flipping a classroom and that is student retention. Videos can be rewound as many times as the student needs to gain understanding.
Get rid of lecture-based lessons and give students the ability to learn at their own pace.
This article focuses on the pedagogical reasons for using reverse lecture.
This article addresses Mazur's theory on the transfer step.
Guide to create and utilize podcasting in a flipped classroom.
Online educational videos available for educators to utilize. Users can create customized lessons around the educational videos.
Flipped Classroom Integration
So, you have decided you want to flip your classroom. How do you go about integrating the concept into your classroom? Review these resources for ideas.
This article addresses highlights stories from seven educators that have flipped their classrooms.
There is no one model to use when flipping your classroom. This article outlines several variations that can be utilized.
Video on how Salman Khan got started using the flipped classroom
Educator Resources – Blogs & Networks
These resources can be helpful to those educators that have flipped their classroom and are looking for others that have implemented the flipped learning into their classroom.
This blog is by Jon Bergmann, who is considered one of the premier experts on the flipped classroom.
The Flipped Learning Network provides educators with many resources to assist in implementing flipped learning.