Engaging Students with 'Flipped Learning'

The end of FlipCon means big changes for flipped learning
The end of FlipCon means big changes for flipped learning

FlipCon says goodbye as Flipped Learning Network refocuses its attention on regional and online professional development.


Flipping the classroom when home access is a problem
Flipping the classroom when home access is a problem

A lack of reliable internet access at home can make flipping a challenge, but by no means an impossibility.


<b>Editor’s Picks 2015, No. seven:</b> Flipped learning is changing the face of special ed
Editor’s Picks 2015, No. seven: Flipped learning is changing the face of special ed

Flipped learning and one-to-one are a powerful combo for some populations Ed. note: This year the editors selected ten stories we believe either highlighted an important issue in 2015 and/or…


The new way to create flipped video in 60 seconds without adding software
The new way to create flipped video in 60 seconds without adding software

Use PowerPoint to make tutorial videos for flipped or blended learning Time strapped teachers need support—we all know this. Now there is a quick and easy way to create even…


Why flip the classroom? ‘If kids aren’t learning, it’s not them, it’s you’
Why flip the classroom? ‘If kids aren’t learning, it’s not them, it’s you’

Why a teacher's decision to flip the classroom turned out to be a great learning experience for everyone.


The app that lets you create Khan Academy-style videos in 60 seconds
The app that lets you create Khan Academy-style videos in 60 seconds

With an app called Snip, flipped and other educators can create video tutorials a la Khan in no time flat. See how.


Flipped learning is changing the face of special ed
Flipped learning is changing the face of special ed

E.L. Haynes has a one-to-one laptop program, and students also can bring their own devices to school. Using a flipped learning approach, teachers record their lessons and post them online,…


Promise of ‘flipped classroom’ might elude poorer school districts

When Portland, Ore., elementary school teacher Sacha Luria decided last fall to try the new education strategy called "flipping the classroom," she faced a big obstacle.

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