--Originally published at FLN – matthewtmoore
If student access or accountability is an issue in your learning environment the In-Flip may be an answer. This next installment of the twelve part F-L-I-P learning training series provides a look at a significant variation on F-L-I-P that can be a powerful tool.
Having looked at the four pillars of F-L-I-P, a practical case study, and an effective framework for flipping, let’s talk about how moving the independent space and the group space into the same physical space can benefit students and address certain challenges.
I hope you enjoyed the first half of this training series, available here, Please enjoy this next installment addressing flipped learning. Each of the installments varies in length but are not longer than eleven minutes, with most significantly shorter. Subscribe to my blog at matthewtmoore.wordpress.com or flippedlearning.org for each new installment over the next few weeks. If you have any questions, constructive comments, or just want to discuss the series join the Flipped Learning Network SLACK channel or leave comments below. Also don’t forget to join the twitter conversation Monday nights at 8pm ET / 7pm CT at #flipclass.