Please be advised that what you are learn
is totally awesome! You may be heavily
influenced to "flip" your own classroom. Sit
back, relax, and prepare to be amazed.
Flipped Classroom is a
model in which traditional ideas
classroom activities and homework
are "flipped", or reversed.
What is a
Example of a Flipped Classroom
One Example of Flipped Classroom:
or read about the assignment
BEFORE class, and complete the homework related to the assignment DURING class.
Pros of Flipped Classroom
A flipped classroom promotes
learning and collaboration
where students have the opportunity to
participate in peer instruction, group
discussions, and other interactive learning
A flipped classroom makes
course content easily accessible.
Students have the ability
to access digital lesson
Giving teachers the flexibility
to manage learning
and instruction delivery
Cons of Flipped Classroom
Flipped classrooms rely heavily
on technology. Which requires
students to have internet
access off campus. As-well as
access to some form of
technology such as a laptop
Flipped classrooms require
more preparation time. Flipping
a class requires more upfront
planning and time used for the
creation of content than a
traditional class does.
You have to video yourself lecturing
False! You don't have to video
yourself lecturing unless you
False! Flipped classroom
works for all subjects if
you plan effectively.
It's only good for certain subjects
False! Flipping a classroom doesn't create
more work for the teacher, it's actually
the other way around. A flipped classroom
creates more work for the students.
It creates more work for the teacher
A flipped classroom is all video based.
False! A flipped classroom doesn't
have to include any videos. Unless you
want it too.
A "flipped" Classroom is
a great way to teach
student's both in and outside
the traditional classroom!
Are you willing to try "flipping"
Alex-Productions. Alex-Productions - Free Music Archive. (n.d.).
Staff, T. (2022, January 21). 10 common misconceptions about the flipped classroom.
A Guide to Flipping the Classroom. (2023, July 6).Pros and cons.