Perspectives on the Flipped Classroom

Interested in the flipped classroom, especially where technology can be used, I have started research in this area. Previously, Michael Fullan’s remarks were featured in one of his videos, on my blog. Flipping the classroom is an educational strategy where students are more responsible for their learning, but the teacher still must have classroom control. You, the teacher will still need to use classroom management, but should you like “flipping”, your students will definitely be engaged! As I continue my research, it is leading to other resources. I decided to share the links with you, because of the resources and perspectives. If you read further, you will discover that a “flipped conference” will begin this week! It definitely has perked my interest!


I have found with the above link, it will sometimes change topics. Go to search and insert your topic of interest. Consequently, I am including some of the topics if you are interested in “flipping”.

1. Classroom Management and the Flipped Classroom
2 Digital Learning Resource Roundup
3. Modifying the Flipped Classroom: The In-class Version



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