Flipped Learning Blogs
Many educators write frequently about their successes and concerns relating to flipped learning. The blogs listed below have frequent posts about Flipped Learning pedagogy, methods, and tools used on a day-to-day basis. This is by no means an exhaustive list!
Send us your link if you write about flipped classrooms and flipped learning.
- Turning Learning on its Head. By Jon Bergmann
- Educator, Learner. By Brian Bennett
- Cycles of Learning. By Ramsey Musallam
- Blended Learning English/Ethics Classroom. By April Gudenrath
- Cogitations of Mr. Cockrum. By Troy Cockrum
- Clintondale High School. By Greg Green
- Flipping With Kirch. By Crystal Kirch
- Education Dreamer. By Brett Clark
- A Fine Balance. By Carolyn Durley
Turn to your Neighbor:The Official Peer Instruction Blog. By Julie Schell
- Flipped Learning Journal. By the Co-Flip Collective
- Educational Technology and Mobile Learning. By Med Kharbach.
- Maximizing Learning. By Troy Faulkner Check out his website here.
- TheClassroomBytes. By Brian Gervase
- Flipping Awesome Teaching. By Andrew Swan.
Do you blog about Flipped Learning? Let us know. (Educators’ blogs only.)
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Flipclass chat began as a way for flipped classroom teachers to collaborate in real time to encourage daily growth in the classroom. There are many issues that are common in any flipped class and this is a great way to address some of the common ones each week.
The host posts the poll every week prior to the chat. If you have a chat topic idea, you can use this topic submission form. Topics submitted will be added to the poll in the order they are submitted, so it might take a week or two to show up depending on the list length. If it does not win the vote, it will remain in the topic pool to be voted on again.