Flipped Classroom Resources

The flipped classroom model (sometimes called the inverted classroom) is one in which traditional in-class activity–the lecture—is delivered outside of class via video-taped lectures and other web-based materials.  In-class time is used for collaborative project work, small group problem-solving, and other such activities that allow students to engage at a deep level with the content they viewed outside of (and before) class.  This model provides faculty with more time in-class to work with individual students and allows students to master the lecture content at their own pace.


Featured Resources

Jose Bowen is a noted flipped classroom design expert and author of Teaching Naked: How Moving Technology Out of Your College Classroom Will Improve Student Learning.

Keynote & Workshop held at RIT on 3/21/13

RIT Flipped Classroom Initiatives

Resources to Flip Your Course

Technology Resources

What's the Difference between Flipped and Blended Classes?

Blended vs Flipped infographic