“Going blended” is about more than just technology - it’s about rethinking instruction and effectively managing innovation over time. That's why the Clayton Christensen Institute has developed a design process to help schools and districts build effective blended learning programs.
The guide How to Flip a Class, designed by the Faculty Innovation Center of the University of Texas at Austin, will walk you through the steps of flipping a single class. The process is scalable for flipping portions of each unit or an entire course.
The flipped classroom model is an instructional model in which students learn basic subject matter knowledge prior to in-class meetings, then come to the classroom for active learning experiences.
Most current studies focus on students’ experiences with flipped classroom learning. Research has shown that the flipped classroom model can motivate students towards active learning, can improve their higher-order thinking skills, and can improve their collaborative learning skills.