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The Flipped Classroom

Growth in Flipped Learning
Transitioning the focus from teachers to students for education success
Growth in Flipped Learning
Growth in Flipped Learning
Growth in Flipped Learning
Flipped learning is a pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, and the resulting group space is transformed into a dynamic, interactive learning environment where the educator guides students as they apply concepts and engage creatively in the subject matter.
- The Flipped Learning Network
Two years ago, 73% of teachers recognized the term “Flipped Classroom” , in 2014 that is up to 96%
2012
2014
73%
96%
Two years ago, 48% of teachers have flipped a lesson, in 2014 that is up to 78%
2012
2014
48%
78%
The majority of flipped teaching still occurs in high school - however the number of elementary teachers and college instructors has increased over the past 2 years. Flipped instruction also expanded in all subject areas.
96%
of teachers who have flipped a lesson or unit would recommend that method to other teachers
Close to half of teachers researched have been teaching for more than 16 years - Cool because it shows that it’s not just a way of young techie teachers.
46%
9
out
of 10
Roughly 9 out of 10 teachers noticed a positive change in student engagement since flipping their class. This is up from 80% in the FLN 2012 survey and 85% in the Sophia 2012 survey.
88% 2014
80% FLN 2012 Survey
85% SOPHIA 2012 Survey
Grades
2012
2014
71%
of teachers stated improved grades.
Up from 67% in 2012
Over half measured improved grades by
formative assessments
Flipped
classroom
teachers indicated
that a majority of students with special needs, English
language learners, from low income households and those in advanced placement classes particularly benefit from flipped learning.
Flipped classroom teachers indicated that a majority of students with special needs, English language learners, from low income households and those in advanced placement classes particularly benefit from flipped learning.
English learners
Special needs
Advanced placement
Close to half of teachers flip their class 1 or 2 times a week showing it doesn’t need to be an everyday activity
45%
teachers
5.4%
5.4%
Flip Everyday
20%
20%
Flip 3 to 4x week
24%
24%
Flip less than 1x week
77%
have students watch videos they create
52%
of teachers share videos with students that have been created by other teachers
30%
of teachers are willing to assign content created by education vendors
93%
of teachers who are flipping their classroom started as their own initiative - This indicates it’s part of a grassroots movement from classroom teachers
74% of teachers said their flipped learning efforts are supported by their school administration
Of the teachers who DO NOT flip their classroom,
89%
said they would be interested in learning more about the pedagogy.
“Flipping the classroom has transformed my class from a lecture-type forum into an interactive learning environment”
“Flipping the classroom enables me to better understand whether students are understanding the material that is presented to them because there is more time to interact with them”