Author: Barbi Honeycutt, PhD and Sarah Egan Warren
Integrating flipping strategies into your classroom promotes student engagement, challenges students to address higher levels of Bloom’s Taxonomy, and increases student success and learning.
Yet just because flipping works well does not mean that you should use it all the time. Flipping works, in part, because it changes the classroom dynamic. This mentor transcript will help you identify the most flippable aspects of your course.
Where Can I Find Flippable Moments in My Classes?
Barbi Honeycutt, PhD, and Sarah Egan Warren
- Define the flip using Bloom’s Taxonomy
- Recognize a flippable moment in any class
- Identify three places to look for a flippable moment in any course
- Know when to flip and when to skip
Download the transcript to this 20 Minute Mentor.