Q: Who is the Flipped Learning Network?
The Flipped Learning Network is all about Community.
The “FLN” is the original non-profit online community for educators utilizing or interested in learning more about the flipped classroom and flipped learning practices. Initiated in 2012 by widely recognized pioneers including Jon Bergmann, Aaron Sams, April Gudenrath, Kristin Daniels,Troy Cockrum, Brian Bennett and others, the FLN revised its mission in 2016 to focus more directly on being the online hub where educators across the world can share and access resources, tips, tools, and more.
We are here to connect educators all across the world in our common interest: providing the best educational experience we can to the students we teach.
We are here to provide opportunities for all of us to learn from each other in dialogue, and from resources published by your colleagues.
We want everyone to play the role they wish to play in our community – read our content, contribute your own, comment, join Slack and be a direct part of the conversation, suggest ideas, ask questions … whatever works for you.
We are delighted to have you here! (Learn more about the FLN Board here).
In addition to this web site, we have a Slack community – Slack is a group communication platform where we can connect and share resources (it works on computers, phones, tablets). If you would like to join the Flipped Learning Slack community, just click here.