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FlipYour Classroom Day

You’ll want to share this event and its resources with the classroom teachers you are helping to flip.

On September 6, the Flipped Learning Network will host the first global Flip Your Classroom Day.

To celebrate, the network encourages teachers everywhere to pledge to  flip one lesson in the hope that the flipping experience will be a sticky one.

The campaign offers a variety of resources to  support flipping–and teaching in general–and encourages both creating and curating.

To support creating your own flipped content:

  • TechSmith shares tutorials on how to  identify a lesson, and organize, record, review and share your screencast, as well as a 30-day free trial and a discount for their Snagit program
  • Adobe Presenter shares video instruction for creating videos using its software and offers 30-day free trials, as well.

And to support curating, or the integrating the content of others in local instruction, a group of companies and non-profits have contributed lists of lessons for Flipped Day.  

Project WET
Lesson: Discover the Incredible Journey of Water in the Water Cycle
Grade Levels: 3 – 6
Subjects: Earth Science, Physical Science, Life Science
Carolina Biological Supply Company 
Lesson: How Big is a Living Cell (and what does it look like)?
Grade Levels: 9-12
Subject: Biology
PBS LearningMedia
Lesson: Design and Build a Tangle-Free Headphone Holder
Grade Levels: 5-12
Subjects: Engineering, Design

Sophia Learning
Lesson: The Study of Density
Grade Levels: 9-12

Subjects: Earth Science, Physical Science, Chemistry, Physics
Lesson: Internal and External Character Conflict
Grade Levels: 5-8
Subject: Language Arts
Lesson: Online Responsibilities, Computer Use & Policies
Grade Levels: 6-8
Subjects: Humanities
Lesson: Inference vs. Observation
Grade Levels: 5-8
Subjects: English, Science
Lesson: National Youth Orchestra Ambassadors Program
Grade Levels: 6-8
Subjects: Social Studies, ELA
Password:  wk4czn52
Lesson: What is Temperature?
Grade Levels: 9-10
Subjects: Science, Physics
Lesson: Distance Formula
Grade Levels: 9-12
Subjects: Mathematics, Geometry

For more information, visit the FLN Home page.


Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza


  1. Thanks for the information…I will take a closer look at a couple of the attached lessons.

  2. Thanks for sharing such an informative Post regarding Flipped learning.Giving us an information about its process and techniques used to process the method of flipped learning in classroom which was in very simple manner and was easy to understand the methods to be followed..

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