Flipped Learning in the Classroom

Flipped Learning in the Classroom

In partnership with Model Teaching, an industry leader in supporting educators, this course will provide you with the guidance and structure to implement effective Flipped Learning lessons into your classroom by teaching you how to provide at-home online learning and in-class rigorous activities to students. Model Teaching's Mission is to improve student performance by directly supporting teachers with quality content and resources. Utilizing Flipped Learning can be an effective approach to promoting deeper thinking and rigor during your in-class activities.

3 Months Access / 10 Course Hrs

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Discover the benefits of flipped learning with this teacher professional development course, which will provide you with a clear structure for implementing Flipped Learning in your classroom. With your new knowledge, you will be able to build an effective at-home online learning experience and rigorous in-class activities. You will analyze a content standard and then plan for how to break it down into components that will be best utilized using a Flipped Learning model.

You will leave the course with a ready-to-go plan that allows you to make the most of your in-class time while providing the correct learning at home. The course comes with several ready-to-use planning documents to ensure your success in implementing Flipped education in your classroom.

Enrollment Options:
3 Months Access Course Code: T14717
No Instructor, Start Anytime
$83.00 USD


  1. Defining Flipped Learning
    1. What Flipped Learning is and how it differs from a Flipped Classroom
    2. The components of a flipped lesson, including:
    3. Content standards
    4. The out-of-class lesson delivery
    5. Methods to check for student engagement and understanding
    6. Engaging in-class activities & Support
    7. Assessment & Intervention
    8. What Flipped Learning looks like in and out of the classroom
  2. Analyzing Content Standards
    1. How to determine the knowledge and skills embedded in a content standard to prepare for Flipped Learning lesson planning
    2. How to determine what should be learned out-of-class, and what would be best done at school with teacher interaction
    3. How to use your understanding of Webb's Depth of Knowledge to make these decisions
  3. The Out-of-Class Lesson Delivery
    1. 7 common methods of lesson delivery out of the classroom
    2. How to check for student understanding
    3. Some common obstacles to Flipped Learning and how to overcome them
  4. Engaging In-Class Activities and Support
    1. The types of activities that can occur during the classroom portion of Flipped Learning
    2. How to provide more valuable teacher interactions and more depth and rigor to the curriculum
    3. About the teacher's support roles as a facilitator in a Flipped Learning environment
  5. Assessment and Intervention
    1. How to include assessment in your Flipped Learning lesson plan
    2. How to use that data to drive your instruction and plan for any necessary interventions
  6. Putting it All Together
    1. Using the sample provided, build your own Flipped Learning lesson for an upcoming objective.
  7. Applying What You Have Learned
    1. Get ideas on how to implement the concepts into your classroom, find a list of online resources that support Flipped Learning, and read more about Flipped Learning, technology, and how to incorporate it into the classroom.



There are no prerequisites to take this course.


Hardware Requirements:

  • This course can be taken on either a PC, Mac, or Chromebook.

Software Requirements:

  • PC: Windows 10 or later.
  • Mac: macOS 10.6 or later.
  • Browser: The latest version of Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox is preferred. Microsoft Edge and Safari are also compatible.
  • Microsoft Word Online
  • Editing of a Microsoft Word document is required in this course. You may use a free version of Microsoft Word Online, or Google Docs if you do not have Microsoft Office installed on your computer. Model Teaching can provide support for this.
  • Adobe Acrobat Reader
  • Software must be installed and fully operational before the course begins.


  • Email capabilities and access to a personal email account.

Instructional Material Requirements:

The instructional materials required for this course are included in enrollment and will be available online.