When it comes down to it, the tag “Flipped Classroom” is really just a catchy phrase covering a wide range of teaching practices. To quote one of the best educators I know (a.k.a. Brian Bennett), “the Flipped Classroom isn’t a methodology. It’s an ideology.” In other words, there isn’t a single method that is everything to everyone, or an all-exhaustive list of bullet points that will spoon-feed you everything you need to know. For some, the vagueness of the previous sentences will be frustrating, but trust me, this is a good thing! It means the flipped classroom philosophy is fluid and adaptable. It means that when done the right way, it can positively impact student learning regardless of the subject or classroom.
Flipped Classroom Resources – Google Documents