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Why Should You Flip Your Classroom? An Introduction

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You've likely heard the buzz about the Flipped Classroom, but do you know what flipping your classroom really means? Here's your chance to learn all about this exciting movement in education, and how you can use it gain more hands-on time in class. Join Monica Burns as she discusses the Flipped Classroom concept, how it works, why teachers are trying it, and where you can get started. Come decide if it's right for you!


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: General
Last aired on: Thursday, June 2, 2016 @ 12:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Blended Learning, Differentiated Learning, Learning Theories & Strategies
Tags: DOL0125, flipped classroom, flipping

Reviews (52)

Full Member
Helpful webinar on how to flip your classroom to serve our 21st century learners. Great resource here.
Full Member
Very helpful on how to get started with flipping a classroom.
Full Member
This is a great "starting point" webinar on flipping a classroom. Nice job on comparing traditional to flipped, solid explanation of what it is and how to get started. I also appreciate the fact that Monica emphasized the need to put a solid support system in place when you start this effort. I could see how some parents would view this as just one more "pop" trend in education.
Full Member
Thank you for some great suggestions esp. about making your own videos (resources).
Full Member
This was a good explanation of a flipped classroom and ideas for how to begin using this method.
Full Member
Like the ideas of how to use. Brainpop idea was good. Maybe tie with questions in google form.
Full Member
helpful info, maybe more difficult for younger grades, but this is a great explanation of the positive reasons why its an effective method!
Full Member
A good introduction to what a flipped classroom could look like.
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Full Member
This idea would definitely work in an upper elementary, middle and high school classroom.
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