The Flipped Classroom
The flipped classroom does not simply refer to moving content online, it represents a shift in the organization of learning activities and processes. This shift involves exposing students to curriculum material outside of in-class time via tools such as reading or lecture videos, screencasts, or pre-class activities. It also involves re-structuring in-class time to include interactive and active learning activities. The purpose of this site is to provide a space to share resources, strategies and ideas about flipping the classroom.
The Flipped Lab
The Flipped Lab is a faculty-led network of instructors and staff from across UBC, engaged in or curious about the pedagogy and practical aspects of teaching in a ‘Flipped Classroom’ modality.
Explore this site
Learn about faculty at UBC who are using a flipped classroom model and create your own profile in the Flipped Lab directory. Explore resources related to the flipped classroom in teaching and learning in the Flipped Lab resource section and connect with other members of the UBC community interested in this mode of learning.