A pedagogical approach in which direct instruction moves from the group learning space to the individual learning space, while the former becomes an interactive, active learning environment – Flipped Learning Network.
Bart, M. (2015, August 24). Flipped classroom survey highlights benefits and challenges. Faculty Focus. Retrieved from http://www.facultyfocus.com/articles/blended-flipped-learning/flipped-classroom-survey-highlights-benefits-and-challenges/
A summary of the extensive survey results of 1,089 readers by the e-journal Faculty Focus. The key findings are highlighted (i.e. ‘The majority of faculty who have flipped rated the experience as positive for themselves (70.3%) and their students (64.8%)’ and a selection of pros and cons is included.
Schaffhauser, Dian. (2016, September 27). Flipped Initiative launches first certification track. Retrieved from https://thejournal.com/articles/2016/09/27/flipped-initiative-launches-first-certification-track.aspx.
A new organization, Flipped Learning Global Initiative, has introduced a certification program to give instructors an in-depth understanding of flipped learning. The program consists of nine units, ranging from the pedagogy to the best practices and technical tools for flipped learning.
Flipped Learning Global Initiative. (2016). Retrieved from http://www.flglobal.org.
The mission of Flipped Learning Global Initiative is to coordinate and scale flipped learning internationally. It seeks to identify and develop partnerships, initiatives, projects, products and services to support flipped learning around the globe.
Flipped Learning Network. (2016). Retrieved from http://flippedlearning.org.
FLN is an online resource sharing community. Use FLN to learn how to flip your classroom, explore the latest research and reports, browse resources by subject, and learn about tools and apps that instructors are using in their classrooms.