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How a Few Educators Made a Big Difference: The Miracle of Misiones

-by Errol St.Clair Smith- I'll bet you’ve never read, seen, or heard a story of education transformation...

By Errol St.Clair / August 17, 2018

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Supercharge Your Flipped Class with These Five Strategies

-by Jon Bergmann-   The school year is about to start and you are looking for something new to engage...

By Jon / August 17, 2018

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What Do You Wish All Parents Understood About Flipped Learning?

-by Dan Jones- Often students entering a flipped classroom are doing so for the very first time. It is not only...

By Dan / August 17, 2018


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Imagine Your Best School Year Ever

-by Dan Jones- Close your eyes, and imagine. Imagine what you want your school year to be. Imagine the best...

By Dan / August 17, 2018

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Don’t Even Think About Doing This on the First Day of School

-by Jon Bergmann- Too often, the first day of school is filled with us teachers sharing about class...

By Jon / August 17, 2018

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Let's Plan Our Next Flipped Lessons Together

-by Terra Graves- As we all start thinking about heading “Back to School,” one of the first things...

By Terra / August 17, 2018


New School Year, New Habits, Let's Start Here

The beginning of a new school year is a great time to start new habits that will hopefully make your life easier. On that note, let’s take a look at email.
Flipping Higher Ed
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Can We Balance Research, Teaching, Tenure, and Money?

-by Thomas Mennella- August 17, 2018 Dear Provost, Dean or Chairperson, As another academic year is about to begin, I am writing you this letter on behalf...

By Dr. Thomas / August 17, 2018

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Sharpening Our Focus

-by George Hess- The recent announcement that FLGI was changing the focus from Flipped Learning to "Reaching Every Student Every Day" was an exciting development....

By Dr. George / August 16, 2018



Flipped Learning 1.0 versus Flipped Learning 3.0

We've entered a new era of Flipped Learning. To fully understand the stark differences between the original flipped classroom model and Flipped Learning 3.0 get your free subscription to Flipped Learning Review.
Flipping Outside of the Box
Insights from Beyond the Silos of Flipped Practice
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Reflection Is Rejuvenating

-by Peter Santoro- As I write this, two weeks of summer vacation have come and gone. My wife and I are going through the process of downsizing our home. We will...

By Editorial Team / August 19, 2018

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No Video, No Internet, No Problem: The Low-Tech Flipped Class

-by Jon Bergmann- Could you flip an entire province? Could it be done in a place where students have limited access to the internet? Could you do it with limited...

By Jon / August 18, 2018


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Back to School: Teaching Is Not What I Expected, Now What?

Social-Emotional Support (SES) Teachers need social-emotional support too. FLGI surveys suggest that one of the biggest barriers to teachers migrating from traditional passive...

By Editorial Team / August 17, 2018

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Should You Stay or Should You Go? Part -II

-Dr. Patricia Pence- Last school year I launched a radical career shift to teach at a state university. My tenure as a seasoned senior nurse educator at a community...

By Patricia / August 17, 2018



New Insights: How Flipped Learning Impacts Exceptional Students, Prepare to Be Surprised

We often use the term “best practices,” when discussing Flipped Learning, but what do we really mean by that?  Who decides what’s “best?”

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Book Review: Disrupting Thinking

As we prepare to go back into the classroom, teachers think about everything from desk arrangements to revisions of instructional practices. Blogs, friends, and my administrator suggested that the book Disrupting Thinking was THE book to read this summer.

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