Flipped Classroom

"The flipped classroom refers to a model of learning that rearranges how time is spent both in and out of class to shift the ownership of learning from the educators to the students." The most popular example of a flipped classroom is where the teacher records a lecture for the students to watch at home, and then, the students spend the majority of in-class time working on collaborative projects and activities. This is a great stepping stone to help faculty learn how to give up a little bit of control of their classrooms, incorporate technology, and make some changes to the way they teach. Here are some resources and tools to help you flip your classroom:


The Teacher's Guide to Flipped Classroom

Flipped Learning Toolkit

Support Flipping Faculty