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What does the Research Say About Flipped Learning?

Flipped Learning Research

I am often asked if educational research supports Flipped Learning. I am pleased to announce today that the Flipped Learning Network, in conjunction with Pearson and George Mason University have just published a literature review.  We have three resources to

Flipping the Assessment with a Doc Camera


When I was in school I often got papers back from my teachers, especially my English teachers, with lots of red marks all over them, a few comments, and a grade at the top.  Did I closely check each of

Taste the Rainbow

Tamara Copeland-Samaripa

I am continually amazed at how Flipped Learning is transforming teachers and students all over the world.  I want to introduce you to Tamara Copeland-Samaripa.  I "met" her on twitter and she told me how flipped learning has totally transformed

Homework & the Flipped Class


This is a post a long time in coming.  I started it in early December of 2012 and now it is late January of 2013.  During the holiday time my family moved into a new home and we have been

What IS the Flipped Class?


Recently I received an email from one of my readers and he noted that nowhere on my blog have I talked about what a flipped classroom IS.  I have been recently been writing about what it isn’t, but haven’t clearly

Flipped Learning & Spaghetti Sauce


I have recently been reading books by Malcolm Gladwell:  Outliers and Tipping Point.  I ran across a TED talk he did in 2004 talking about Spaghetti sauce. He tells a story of Howard Moskowitz who convinced Spaghetti Sauce maker Prego


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