How to flip your classroom in 7 steps

When transitioning to a new pedagogical approach, taking practical, manageable steps can help you shift your strategy over time. For example, if you want to try a flipped classroom approach—in which students complete prep work at home so they can focus on engaging experiences during class—you can make small changes instead of overhauling your course all at once.

To help you flip your classroom at a pace that works for you, Michael Angilletta, President’s Professor and Associate University Dean for Learning Innovation at Arizona State University, shared his top seven tips for incorporating new techniques into your teaching strategy that effectively balance students’ independent study and collaborative practice.

“Active learning puts the emphasis on students,” Angilletta notes, meaning instructors have more time for hands-on activities when students come to class already prepared.

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