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Great ideas in Flipping Feedback: Screencasting Feedback on Student Essays at


I believe that flipping instruction is a great tool for EVERY level of instruction.  If done correctly,  it promotes self-directed learning, frees class time for activities on higher levels of Bloom’s taxonomy, and allows instructors to assess mastery of the new concepts more accurately.  Read Flipping the Classroom as an Educational Tool Is Education the Next Punk Rock? at more information.

A report of one school district’s model of blended learning that works.  Read at

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Newsletter from Flipped Learning Today

Posted: 20/03/2017 by broadyesl in flipping the class

Great content and resources for anyone interested in flipped learning:

“Professor, could you explain again why what you said makes sense?” … spotlight on FLN Member: Robert Talbert
Tool Tip – My Favorite ToolBrian Bennett
How I Started FlippingHelaine W. Marshall
Meet the FLN Advisory Board: Marc Seigel
Pillar Corner: Collaborating, Reflecting and Transforming Your Practice … Kristin Daniels


Report with practical application