Teaching Handbook

Flip Teaching

A style of teaching/learning where content is presented outside of class through the use of prepared media such as podcasts, and class time is used for active engagement between teachers and learners, and between learners and learners. (See also: Collaborative Learning (Peer/Group Work) in this Teaching Handbook.) Using the term "flipped" presumes that the traditional (or former) model of in-class content delivery was lecture-based.

For information on recording podcasts or vodcasts, see our "Lecture Capture & Podcasting" page. Also see:

WWU Resources


Mentioned relevant books may be available through the CIIA's Lending Library or Wilson Library.

See also: the Technology Essentials section of this Teaching Handbook