What does the research say?
There is very little scientific research on flipped classrooms, however there are many advocates of this method. It doesn't take much to find many resources on the topic!
This topic is also something that I will continually work on. I don't think there is a true, definitive end to this project, so I'd love all the opinions and resources anyone has to offer!
1. Flipped Learning: Time to reconsider how to implement the common core by J. Bergmann
This article is great because it shows that flipped classrooms are adaptable to different curriculum.
2. Cybraryman Internet Catalogue
This is one of my favorite sites because the creator pulls together a lot of different types of information. He has testimonials and blogs from teachers who are currently flipping their classrooms, and, my favorite, he has a huge list of professionals to follow on twitter.
3. Speaking of Twitter, I'd love to share with you who I follow and what hashtags I search:
@chriswaterworth, @mattjohnson10, @guster4lovers, @thomasson_engl, and @cybraryman1
#flippedclassroom, #flippedlearning, and #flipclass (this one is a twitter chat for Monday nights, but still great for research at any time).