What is Flipped
Flipped Classroom is a teaching
strategy that reverses the
traditional learning environment
by delivering instructional content, outside of
the classroom. It moves activities like projects,
assignments, home works, etc. into the class.
F L I P
Each letters of FLIP in flipped classroom represents its
four pillars, let’s look at into each of them
i. Flexible Environment: In flipped classroom, teachers need to create
flexible learning environment by providing opportunities for students to
choose when and where they want to learn.
ii. Learning Culture: In flipped model, class time is shifting to discuss more
in-depth about each topic. More over, flipped classroom changes the
traditional learning culture into learner centered class. As a result,
students are actively involved in knowledge construction.
iii.Intentional Content: Flipped learning requires intentional content. Means,
in flipped model, the teachers determine what they need to teach and what
materials students should handle on their own. Here, teachers use
intentional content to maximize class time in order to adopt learner-
centered, activity-oriented class.
iv.Professional Educator: The role of a professional educator is even more
important in a flipped classroom than in traditional one. The flipped model
needs instructors who can observe, provide timely feedback, continuously
assess work, and help students master content. This is something only
professional educators can do.
Advantages of Flipped Classroom
Students take ownership for learning.
It promotes student-centered learning and collaboration.
Lessons and content are more accessible.
It emphasis on co-operative learning.
It gives more time to explore the content.
It can be more efficient.
Disadvantages of Flipped Classroom
It create digital divide.
It depends on preparation and trust.
Teachers may have extra work.
Students may forced to spent time in front of
Before Class Students do reading or watch
lecture prior to class
During Class Students watch
lecture given by
Range of activities, discussions
or quizzes led by professor but
centered on students to
After Class Students
Students further consolidate
understanding and prepare for