Flipping Classrooms for
Flipping helps struggling students
Flipping helps students of all
abilities to excel
Flipping allows students to pause and rewind their
Flipping increases student-teacher
Flipping allows teachers to know
their students better
Flipping allows for real differentiation
Flipping changes classroom
Why it makes sense
One of the hardest things we had to do when switching to the
flipped and ultimately the flipped- mastery model was to
give control of the learning over to the students. Jon Burgmann
and Aaron sams
Flipped Learning isthe interaction and the
meaningful learning activities that occur during
the face-to-face time.
A means to INCREASE interaction and
personalized contact time between students and
An environment where students take responsibility
for their own learning.
A classroom where the teacher is not the "sage on
the stage", but the "guide on the side".
A blending of direct instruction with constructivist
A classroom where students who are absent due to illness
or extra-curricular activities such as athletics or field-trips,
don't get left behind.
A class where content is permanently archived for
review or remediation.
A class where all students are engaged in their
A place where all students can get a personalized
Flipped Learning is not
A synonym for online videos.
About replacing teachers with
An online course. Students working without structure.
Students spending the entire class
staring at a computer screen.
Students working in isolation.
The Flipping Flow
CurateTime is short, use whats out there
YouTube Vimeo Khan Academy
CK12 Schmoop ABC Splash
Scootle PhetSimulationsKLA Specific repositories
CreateHow to make videos your students will love:
1. Keep it short -10-15mins
2. Animate your voice
3. Create your video with another
teacher. Like a conversation
4. Add humour - a running joke...
5. Don't waste your student's time.
Keep to the topic
6. Add annotations (use a digital pen if
7. Add call outs -eg steps or flow
8. Zoom in and out. Keep them focused
9. Keep it copyright friendly
CreateThe four steps to tutorial creation:
plan the lesson
record the video
edit the video
CreateTools to make tutorials
Office Mix (Windows)
NearPod PearDeck Powtoon
Movlee Haiku Deck PowerPoint
CommunicateHow will you get the content to students?
Blendspace Edmodo OneNote
Google Classroom Weebly Smore
BeenPod Tackk Livebinder
CommunicateHow will you know where they are up to?
Office Mix (windows) NearPod
Forms / Excel Survey
ContinueContinue the learning at school
FlipQuiz Questioning Strategies
Differentiation Strategies ALARM
So, what will your Flipped Classroom