Flipped classrooms are becoming the norm in both primary and secondary education. 55% of higher education faculty members say "they are somewhere along the spectrum of flipping all or some of their courses," and 94% of educators say they assign homework that requires technology. That's great news for firms like TechLogix who design technology for the flipped classroom.
For educators new to the concept, or those looking to implement flipped classroom practices into their lesson plans, the University of Texas at Austin published a quick start guide to help walk through the process.
A PDF version of the guide is available online.