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As more mobile devices and technologies become available to teachers and students,  school districts are looking for innovative teaching models to support teaching and learning.  The Flipped Learning model uses a blended learning approach to redefine classroom instruction and homework through the use and access of digital tools at home and in school.  Using the Flipped Learning model, teachers are able to focus homework time on lower level thinking skills while applying higher level thinking skills to classroom time.  This class will introduce participants to the Flipped Learning model, will explore digital tools to support the model, and allow opportunities to create lessons to begin implementation.

Prerequisites: None

Contact Hours: 5

Course Competency:

  • Research and define the Flipped Learning  Model
  • Identify strategies to implement a successful Flipped Learning environment
  • Explore digital tools which support a Flipped  Learning classroom environment
  • Apply Flipped Learning strategies to instructional design
Course Syllabus


Work through the resources provided below.  Already know the content? No problem! Skip to #5 and submit your evidence of learning from the provided Choice Board. Receive a Proficient or Accomplished rating (grading rubrics are provided for each module) from the instructor and you are awarded a badge and certificate of attendance. Graduate credit is available, as well!

1. Bell Ringer:

Let’s get started!  Complete the pre-assessment to help provide context and focus to your learning experience.

2.  Setting The Stage:

Watch Setting The Stage For The Flipped Learning Model.  Consider how you will use the Flipped Learning Model in your classroom.

3. Play List:

Explore the resources provided below.

4. Integration In Action:

The Flipped Learning model is not defined by how a teacher produces video lectures or links to other content videos but rather how a teacher transforms a classroom from teacher-centered to student-centered. In the examples below you will explore some common questions to implement the Flipped Learning model in your classroom and hear strategies to overcome some of the challenges.  Ultimately, there is no one right way to implement a Flipped Learning model classroom but using the recommendations presented below will help support your journey to transforming your teacher-centered classroom to a student-centered classroom. As you work through the examples below, think about the following questions:

How do space and time play a role in transforming your classroom?

What are some common challenges of the Flipped Learning model and strategies to overcome these challenges?

Is the Flipped Learning model for me?

How do I assess my students learning in a Flipped Learning model?

What role does Bloom’s Taxonomy play in the implementation of the Flipped Learning model?

5.  Choice Board: 

Choose an assignment from the choice board to complete and submit as evidence that you have mastered the information and applications found in the course.  Refer to the Choice Board Evaluation Rubric and the Guidelines for Submitting Your Assignment to ensure your evidence contains the necessary elements.

When you have completed your evidence of learning, finalize the purchase process at the bottom of this page.

6.  Reflection:

Take a moment to reflect on the work that you’ve accomplished and where you will go from here.

  • How has the Flipped Learning model changed how you plan to implement technology into your classroom in the future?
  • What are your next steps in creating a student-centered learning environment?
  • Exit Ticket – Show what you know!

Ready to earn your badge and get credit for this five-hour course?

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