We chat about flipping classrooms every week on Edudemic and it’s for good reason: this relatively new classroom organization style has been adopted by countless teachers around the world. Typically, the kind of adoption flipped classrooms has seen is reserved for major things like the Common Core or even iPad integration. But flipped classrooms has teachers, administrators, and students all engaged and placing the learning on center stage rather than the teacher.
See Also: What’s A Flipped Classroom?
If you’re looking to take the first step(s) toward flipping your classroom, online course, or other form of education … this visual by Mia MacMeekin (check out her awesome blog here and her popular ‘27 Ways To Be A 21st Century Teacher‘ visual we ran here) details some bite-size ideas for anyone looking to flip the classroom. From visiting a local museum to simply watching the news, Mia details more than two dozen quick ways to think about dragging the educational experience out of the classroom. She quite rightly talks about how flipping a classroom is about a lot more than just putting your lessons online. It’s about turning the idea of education on its head and getting students excited to learn everywhere. Not just online.