Learning to become the ‘guide on the side’ or the facilitator in a flipped classroom takes a very different set of skills. You have to learn how to let go of control, take risks, and manage many moving pieces. It’s exhilarating and exhausting at the same time. This is why it’s important to create a plan and develop strategies so the flipped classroom becomes a place where both you AND your students are successful.

Here are some resources to help you get started:

Managing In-Class Learning Experiences in Flipped Classrooms

Be Actively Passive: 3 Strategies to be Successful in Flipped Learning Environments

Looking for Flippable Moments

A surefire way to burn out is to try to FLIP everything at once. Start by finding ‘flippable moments’ in your course.

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