– Jon Bergmann –
As I was reviewing the 73 articles this month, I noticed how many of the top studies related to the Flipped Learning Global Standards. The articles and research papers clearly aim at embracing deeper learning and asking great questions about how to improve Flipped Learning. In fact, I recently got an inquiry from a researcher who wanted to use the Global Standards as a template for research. I enthusiastically agreed as this is the direction that flipped research needs to move. Below you will see how each of the top 10 research articles connect to the Global Elements of Effective Flipped Learning. I encourage each of you dive deeper with just one of these studies. Read it and ask, “How can I incorporate this research into my daily lessons?” For those of you on summer break, plan and consider how you can use it to change your class for the next school year.
Wondering what to do with these research papers? Are you saying to yourself “so what do I do with this?” Well, so is Terra Graves, a k12 educator who writes a monthly column called, (you guessed it ) “So what?” Each month Terra takes one of these papers and offers practical, actionable tips on how to actually use the big finding in your classroom. She’s really good at it. Read her column here.