The great teachers are always looking for new ways to engage their students. Although, you may have heard differently. Does the claim “technology will transform education” sound familiar? It certainly does to me.

Unlike the other sci-fi-tinged conversations, the topic of future education is not something I always enjoy.

You see, I don’t think that technology will transform the education. Sure, it will change the way we learn, but tech-savvy teachers are the only superheroes that have the power to break the back of the old system for good. Do you see where I’m going with this? Teachers + technology = Modern Education. That’s why what we really need to worry about is making teachers’ transition into the tech-powered classroom as smooth and easy as possible.

It seems that the flipped classroom model is one of the most popular and effective techniques amongst the innovating educators to experiment with technology. It’s also evident that the flipped classroom has become inherently associated with video and the possibilities that come with it.

What is the flipped classroom? How to start flipping? How to make a real impact on the way your students learn and engage with new content? You must have a lot of questions. Get them answered.