“Everybody has to start somewhere. You have your whole future ahead of you. Perfection doesn’t happen right away.”
― Haruki Murakami,
Updated 22 December 2016
Edit: As of 22 December, this page will no longer be updated. Instead, as I transfer blog articles to my new website, C21Teaching.com.au, I have created a single page on that website that will be maintained instead.
Recently, I have had conversations with people wanting to know more about Flipped Learning (and not all of them from within education) and in putting together a package of information for those people to get started, realised it would make more sense to put together a package once, as a blog post, and simply update it as needed.
So here is a non-exhaustive set of videos and articles to help you get started with what Flipped Learning is and what is can look like. If you feel I have missed a key point or have something that you feel would add value to this list, please let me know.
- Video introduction to the concept
- My YouTube Channel and FTPL videos
- A Masterclass with Jon Bergmann
- Review articles from FlipConAus 2015.
- Day One Part One – Masterclass with Joel Speranza
- Day One Part Two – Masterclass with Joel Speranza
- Day Two Part One – Keynote from Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams
- Day Two Part Two– Flipping Primary Education Panel discussion
- Day Two Part Three – Warren McMahon – Flipping: Can I really Do It? Katie Jackson – How to Run a Maths Flipped Classroom
- Day Three Part One – Crystal Caton – How We Flipped and You Can Too and Jeremy LeCornu – My Flipped Classroom
- Day Three Part Two – Keynote from Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sams
- Day Three Part Three – Matt Burns – Flipping the K-6 Classroom and K-12 Leadership
- Review articles from FlipCon Adelaide 2016
- Day One Part One – Rupert Denton and Jon Bergmann
- Day One Part Two – Primary Discussion Panel
- Day One Part Three – Aimee Shattock – How Do I Know If They Got It? Embedding Fun, Fast and Effective Formative Assessment Into Your Flipped Program
- Day One Part Four – Peter Whiting – Action Research on Teacher Workload in the Flipped Classroom
- Day One Part Five – Ryan Gill – Cultures of Thinking
- Day Two Part One – Glenunga International High School – Welcoming Addresses
- Day Two Part Two – Glenunga International High School – School tour and lesson observations
- Day Two Part Three – Delegates open mic school visit and tour debrief
- Day Two Part Four – Ken Bauer keynote address
- Day Two Part Five – Stephanie Kriewaldt – Flipping the Primary Classroom
- Post-Conference Realisations
- Flipped Learning Global Initiative
- You can now complete a nine-unit certification course as part of learning about flipped learning. Read more about it here.
- Article from FlipLearnCon Sydney 2016
- Some Flipping Educators on Twitter (non-exhaustive list)
- Some Flipping Educators on YouTube (non-exhaustive list)
- Joel Speranza – Mathematics
- Jeremy LeCornu – Science, Biology
- Jon Bergmann (Has some excellent videos further describing what Flipped Learning is and how to implement various facets of it)
- Jon Thomas-Palmer – Science, Physics
- Dowell Middle School – Maths
- Robert Oliver – English
- Donna Bonavia – Visual Art
Let me know if I had missed a key educator or their YouTube channel, or if anything in my articles is not clear enough.