What is Flipped learning and why should you use it?

The concept of flipped learning, where the knowledge part of a lesson is taken out of the classroom and delivered beforehand via an online platform and digested by pupils at home, isn’t new. But using technology to move from pupils passively learning ‘stuff’ to active learning and early demonstration of understanding that knowledge is.

Teachers set tasks for students to do before a lesson and then look at student responses to see who has understood, who has exceeded or who has misconceptions. It means that teachers can much more accurately differentiate for the lesson, amend planned activities where necessary and decide where to allocate support and resources.

FlipCon 2016 - 23rd March to 24th March


A 2-Day FlipCon practical CPD course in Birmingham, West Midlands focusing on how to flip your lessons with the founder of Flipped Classroom Jon Bergmann.

Find out what you need to ‘Flip’ and the impact Flipped Learning has on standards and the levels of progress at two of the leading UK Schools in the use of technology for learning, Shireland Collegiate Academy and Victoria Park Academy.


How can you register?

Further details about the conference can be found on the Flip Con website here: http://flipconuk.com/

Secure your place at FlipCon UK 2016

Read more about Flipped Learning and register your place today. Hurry- limited space available!