Flipped learning empowers educators to engage
It’s a movement that’s proving the value of
student-centered learning, but it’s also a teaching style that requires
professional learning and expertise.
Nearly 80 percent
of those who have purchased Flip Your Classroom, the first
book on the topic, say they were able to implement the strategies they learned
in the book.
As one reader put it, “Flipping allows us,
as teachers, the opportunity to meet each student where they are, identify their
personal learning style and guide them to a better understanding. This book
gives the design, encouragement and answers necessary to complete the
ISTE has educators covered on all
fronts with a series of flipped learning books available now.
Flipped Learning for Science
Learn how to apply the popular and proven flipped classroom model to
teaching science, both in the classroom and in the lab, with this new book from
flipped classroom experts Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams.
Choose this workbook if you’ve considered flipped
learning but wondered if the model can work for you. Get hands on and delve into
key elements of flipped learning, such as finding and creating videos, designing
a flipped lesson, preparing for change and working with
Move to the next level in flipped learning with this installment
covering what happens post-flip. You’ll learn how to advance your flipped
classroom to a place that is truly student centered, giving you the ability to
engage with students at the individual level.
This is the book that started it all. Learn what the flipped
classroom is, why it works and how to start your flip. You’ll also learn about
the flipped classroom mastery model that gives students even more opportunities
for personalized education.