Flipped Learning Community

A professional learning community for educators using flipped learning.

Latest Activity

Heidi Diercks replied to Kelvin's discussion Anyone working with a 1:1 ipad program in their elementary class? in the group Elementary (Grades K-6)
"I have a class set of iPads in my classroom and am trying to teach a form of flipped math this year.  I don't have the kids do the work at home but have them watch lessons on the iPads while I work with small groups.  I love the…"
Helaine W. Marshall commented on Anna Davis's group College-Level Flippers
"I am currently engaged in assisting faculty in making the shift and I have two main strategies: 1- Show them my own courses both before and after flipping so they see what is different 2-  Take a syllabus from their program and literally plan a…"
Rob Pusch commented on Anna Davis's group College-Level Flippers
"I've also done training for faculty. I agree, the hardest part is getting them to think about how to create engaging classroom experiences and not just lecture. I think one tendency is to review what was in videos. I always remind them that, if…"
Ellen Turnell commented on Anna Davis's group College-Level Flippers
"I have not seen much training for teachers. I, personally, have trained a few professors on my campus. The hardest thing is to tell them NOT to lecture. Once you do, you have given up."

Flipped Learning Community

 Welcome to the Flipped Learning Community,

the original online community of practice FOR and BY Flipped Educators!


It is called "flipped" because the traditional definition was, "what used to be classwork (the lecture) is done outside of class (usually with videos), and what used to be homework (assigned problems) is now done in class". However, flipped learning has evolved to describe any situation in which technology is used to time shift the delivery of content. It is where active learning meets technology.

Want to Join? Send a request now. (Approval may take 24-48 hours; we check each request to keep out spammers.)

Already a Member? Once approved, update your profile on My Page, jump into a discussion in the Forum section, and find a couple of Groups to join. You get what you give! Occasional newsletters are sent to members and you will never be spammed with emails.

This free professional learning community is for sharing best practices. Looking for more information? The Flipped Learning Network and the Flipped Learning Global Initiative are the source of information for emerging and established educators at all grade levels and subjects who are employing the flip in a single lesson, an individual class, an entire department, or the whole school.



Video Posting Policy

Submit your videos and add to the growing library
showcasing Flipped Learning.

All videos are approved prior to placement.  Only short videos made by educators showcasing flipped learning will be accepted. If you would like to share a specific lesson, please post as a link to the appropriate Forum or Group.  

Product placement videos are not accepted. The Ning Administrator has the right to remove videos deemed inappropriate. Educational videos that mention a product or service in passing or used in the context of learning, will be considered.

For information about supporting the Flipped Learning Network™,  click HERE for the Corporate Partner or Sponsorship programs.  

If you would like to submit your Flipped Content Videos to share with teachers we encourage you to go HERE and share your videos.  At this site you can also view flipped videos sorted by content and grade level. 


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This Ning site is provided by the Mathematics and Science Teaching (MAST) Institute at the University of Northern Colorado.



Jerry Overmyer created this community in 2010.

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