Webinar: In-Class Flip: Design Active Learning Spaces for Student-Centered LearningWebinar

Hey everyone! In this post, I want to share the recording of a recent webinar I gave about in-class flipping. A special shout out to Dr. Desiree Alexander for all the time and dedication put into creating these learning spaces for educators around the world. Please follow her work in this link !

At its core, the In-Class Flip is about shifting the focus from teacher-led instructions to student-driven exploration within the classroom. It’s a variation of the flipped learning model, where students engage with the instructional content during class time, under the immediate guidance and support of their teacher. This model not only maximizes class time for active learning but also fosters an environment where students can develop higher-order thinking skills based on the concepts they learn—right there in the classroom, with the teacher acting as a guide on the side rather than the sage on the stage.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Difference between traditional and flipped learning

  • Examples of content you can flip in various ways

  • Types of in-class flips: In-situ and station work

  • Types of stations

  • Practical applications of in-class flipping

  • Tips on how to plan an in-class flip lesson

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