Are You Flipping an Academic Subject Other Than Math or Science? Tell us More!

Flipped Learning can be Powerful for Any Subject

Those familiar with the flipped classroom approach know that it is quite popular when teaching mathematics and science. But this approach can apply to any subject, and indeed we’ve had a fair number of posts here on the site about an array of academic disciplines, but it would be nice to have more!

If you are flipping other subjects, we would love a post about it! It doesn’t have long or terribly involved … just tell us about how you got started, share observations, perhaps there tips or tools you want to say something about? Or maybe you have an interesting little story to share?

As many of you know, flipping can be a lonely undertaking. While flipped learning is a pretty widespread idea that many have heard, the adoption of the practice is still rather dispersed (unless you happen to work in a school or district that has chosen to implement the idea on a wide scale). We’re really just looking for some teachers to help fellow educators (teaching the same or similar subjects) feel a little more connected.

Thanks in advance. Here are some great tips for “Blogging Like an FLN Champ“, to help get you started! 

By the way, we’re also looking for educators in other subject areas for our Flipped Educator Spotlight series. Drop us a comment it you’re interested. 


  • Hello,
    I flipped my drawing class this year. It’s been an amazing experience with really positive results! I’m happy to share about it.
    -Fiona Walker
    Milpitas High School
    Milpitas, CA

  • I’m flipping my Lower Sixth (age 16–17) music lessons. I’m creating video analyses of set works; students watch these and make notes in their scores for homework, allowing more class time for them to practise in depth analysis of certain passages. Creating the videos is time-consuming but it’s working well so far. I might be able to write a post about the method and tools I’m using at some point, although it would have to be in the school holidays!

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