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How Great Teachers Give Students the Freedom to Learn

  - by Thomas Mennella - In late April of 2018, I had the distinct pleasure of sharing a conversation...

By Dr. Thomas Mennella / May 15, 2018

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Do You Know What You Don't Know About Flipped Learning?

- by Jon Bergmann - This past week I had the privilege of sharing about Flipped Learning 3.0 with Ibero...

By Jon Bergmann / May 10, 2018

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Class Act: Setting the Stage for Teachable Moments

- by Terra Graves and Dan Jones -   ACT I: Scene 1   (Exterior of a school, students...

By Editorial Team / May 9, 2018

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Five Steps That Lead to Greater Success with Flipped Learning

- by Deborah Rasmussen -   I’ve learned from my own early experience with employee training,...

By Deborah / May 11, 2018

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Do This Now, Next School Year Will Be Better

- by Steve Griffith - I have recently returned to work after the long summer holidays. Over the holidays...

By Steve / May 11, 2018

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If It Ain't Broken: Must You Innovate to Be a Good Teacher?

- by Dan Jones - “Innovation distinguishes between leader and follower.” - Steve Jobs Mike Schmoker...

By Dan Jones / May 10, 2018

What the Most Innovative Flipped Learning Practitioners Do Differently

What does the education world looks when you view it through the lens of the most innovative Flipped Learning innovators? It’s like slipping on a virtual reality headset and transporting to an exciting new place.
Flipping Outside of the Box
Insights from Beyond the Silos of Flipped Practice
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Three Educators Talk About How They Battle and Overcome Self-Doubt

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

By Editorial Team / May 15, 2018

Flipping Without Video: Is It Possible?

- by Vincenza Leone -   When you ask a teacher who is not specialized in Flipped Learning what it is, the first answer is probably: a way to teach with...

By Editorial Team / May 11, 2018

Grading Students: Changing the Rules, Finding the Balance

- by Dan Jones -   “If your assignment is one day late, you will receive half credit on the assignment.” “All missing assignments will be entered...

By Dan Jones / May 11, 2018

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What the Most Innovative Flipped Learning Practitioners Do Differently

- by Jon Bergmann and Errol St.Clair Smith -   What does the education world look like when you view it through the lens of the most innovative Flipped...

By Jon Bergmann / May 9, 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 Higher Ed
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Without Flipped Learning Standards All We Can Do Is Agree to Disagree

- by Thomas Mennella -   When I was younger, I had an acute fear of flying.  It seemed every month there was horrible news on the TV about another tragic...

By Dr. Thomas Mennella / May 11, 2018

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The Cost of Asking the Wrong Questions About Flipped Learning

- by George Hess - There’s no question that Flipped Learning is one of the hottest trends in education. And there’s no doubt in the mind of any teacher who has flipped...

By Dr. George / May 11, 2018

Combining Teaching Strategies to Unlock New Possibilities

We are now in the age of a new kind of pedagogical app smashing, where strategies like case study learning and Peer Instruction are “smashed” or strung together to create something amazing.

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Cover Story: Lessons From the First Fully Flipped University

What happens when you move from flipping lessons, and classrooms to flipping an entire university? There are only a handful of people in the world who truly know the answer to that question. We talked with one of them.

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