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What is the Flipped Classroom?

What is the Flipped Classroom?

Author: Crystal Kirch

Learn how to use videos and podcasts as instructional tools to increase student engagement and support. Flipping the classroom is designed to make the best use of face-to-face time with students provide opportunities to revisit important concepts . Explore the goals and benefits of the flipped classroom to maximize student learning outcomes.


Apply flipping classroom theory in lesson planning and delivery

Create a personal philosophy related to flipping the classroom

Choose a lesson to use in flipping the classroom

Begin creating a flipped lesson by using as the platform 

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In this video tutorial, learn what a flipped classroom is and what you must consider when developing your own "Flipped Classroom" philosophy. See slides below to accompany presentation.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac

Lesson Planning and Delivery in Flipping the Classroom

In this video tutorial, consider how flipping the classroom changes your lesson planning and delivery. Begin to choose a lesson that you will flip using as the platform. See slides below to accompany presentation.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using Camtasia for Mac

What is the Flipped Classroom?

Slides to accompany the video lesson.

Source: Created by Crystal Kirch using PowerPoint for Mac

Before you move on...

After viewing the videos, you probably have a better understanding of the flipped concept. Before moving on to the next lesson, take some time to reflect on these questions. 

  1. Have you considered your philosophy in Flipping your Classroom?  Have you considered your purposes in embracing this ideology? 
  2. Have you chosen a lesson that you are going to flip using as the platform?  Have you considered how flipping classroom theory is going to affect your lesson planning and delivery for that specific lesson?


If you have questions on the general philosophy and practice of flipping, visit the Teachers' Lounge and post them there so all of the community can get involved.