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What is the Flipped Classroom?

What is the Flipped Classroom?

Author: Todd Nesloney

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 Sophia.org as the platform 

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In this video you will learn about the flipped classroom model and how it is different than the traditional model of teaching.

Source: Todd Nesloney via Camtasia for Mac

What is the Flipped Classroom

These slides follow along with the video for easy reference.

Source: Todd Nesloney via Powerpoint for Mac

Lesson Planning & Delivery

In this lesson we discuss how your lesson planning and delivery of the content changes because of the Flipped Classroom. We also discuss how using Sophia.org makes Flipping the Classroom very easy.

Source: Todd Nesloney via Camtasia for Mac

Lesson Planning & Delivery

Slides to go with the "Lesson Planning & Delivery" video.

Source: Todd Nesloney via Powerpoint for Mac

Coming Up!

- In the next lesson we will discuss the Teaching & Paradigm Shift.

- We will also look more in-depth at how to create your first Flipped Class lesson using Sophia.org

- If you need to get back to the Flipped Classroom Pathway you can click the link at any time.