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Flip Your Classroom is a strong pick for those looking for ways for technology to revolutionize the classroom and enable students to succeed at higher levels. --James A. Cox, Editor-in-Chief of The Midwest Book Review, Oregon, Wisc.

Throughout, [Bergmann and Sams] maintain their passion about serving students, of putting kids at the front of every decision and ensuring the technology choices follow the learning goals. They are open-minded, experimental, and truly innovative in all the right ways. They take care to offer clarity of direction, to be nuanced and open-minded, allowing for nuance and for variety. --Jonathan Martin, education writer and consultant, Tucson, Ariz. (This review appeared in the 21k12 blog.)

Flip Your Classroom was a ForeWord Book of the Year Award finalist in the adult nonfiction education category. ForeWord s Book of the Year Awards program highlights the most distinguished books from independent publishers each year; this year s finalists were selected from 1,300 entries in 62 categories.

In Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student In Every Class Every Day, a pair of experienced teachers, Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams, come in from the trenches to present a new approach to teaching that shows great promise as an effective way to use modern technology to revolutionize classroom instruction. --Darroll Hargraves, communications/management consultant, School and Community Resources, Wasilla, Alaska (Reprinted with permission from the May 2013 issue of School Administrator magazine, published by the American Association of School Administrators

About the Author

Jonathan Bergmann has spent 25 years as a high school science teacher. He received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching in 2002 and was named a semi-finalist for the Colorado Teacher of the Year in 2010. He is the lead technology facilitator for the Joseph Sears School in Kenilworth, Illinois.

Aaron Sams has been an educator since 2000. He received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching in 2009 and co-chaired the committee to revise the Colorado Science Academic Standards. Sams holds a BS in biochemistry and an MAEd from Biola University. He is a classroom science teacher in Woodland Park, Colorado.


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  • File Size: 2956 KB
  • Print Length: 123 pages
  • Publisher: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE); First edition (June 17, 2012)
  • Publication Date: June 17, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1564844684
  • ISBN-13: 978-1564844682
  • ASIN: B008CIW2GC
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Jon is a teacher, educational coach, and writer who has had the privilege of helping educators "turn learning on its head."

Jon, along with Aaron Sams, is considered a pioneer in the Flipped Class Movement. Jon believes educators should ask one guiding question: What is best for the students in my classroom? To the best of his abilities, he has done this in his 26 years as an educator.

He spent 24 years as a middle and high school science teacher before becoming the lead technology facilitator for a school district in the Chicago suburbs.

In 2002, Jon received the Presidential Award for Excellence for Math and Science Teaching; and in 2010, he was named Semi-Finalist for Colorado Teacher of the Year. He serves on the advisory board for TED-Education. In 2013 he, along with Aaron Sams was one of Tech & Learning's 10 Most Influential of 2013. He serves on the advisory board for TED-Education.

Jon is the father of three amazing young people and is happily married to the love of his life.

Currently, Jon helps educators and corporations turn learning on its head by bringing flipped learning into schools and organizations. He continues to write about education both on his blog and in books. He co-wrote the book, Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day with Aaron Sams. The book is jointly published by ISTE (International Society for Technology in Education) and ASCD (Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development). Their second book will be released sometime in 2014. Jon is also the author (or co-author) for a variety of educational publications.

Jon also contributes to a popular YouTube channel, which contains videos he has used with his students in the flipped classroom. The videos are mostly chemistry, astronomy, and space science videos.

He has keynoted at many conferences, including BETT 2013, the Fall CUE 2012, Wisconsin Academic Forum, Numerous Flipped Learning Network Events, FlipCon 1-6, Learning Technologies MENA (Dubai), and a variety of other events. In addition, Jon has worked for private schools, public schools, small schools, large schools, and school districts. He has spoken to college professors at the University of Nebraska (Kearney), University of Texas-Brownsville, pre-service teachers at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater and Illinois State University. Jon has also worked with industry organizations, including the Professional Convention Management Association (PCMA) and the Association for Continuing Legal Education (ACLEA). He also works as an instructional coach for small groups of teachers.

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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Jeff Dekofsky on July 14, 2012
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The other reviewers have already done a spectacular job discussing the gist of the flipped model that Jon and Aaron have laid out in the book so I won't re-hash all of that. I would rather talk about the usefulness of the book to any classroom teacher thinking about trying this model.

I began flipping my Math Analysis (Pre-Calculus) classes second semester last year after reading only a few articles about it. I had already been recording my lectures and posting them online for absent students for a year or so, so the technology was already in place for me. While I experienced tremendous success with it (even at the basic level that I implemented), I can only wish that I had this book in my hands before I started. I had to figure out what to do and, more importantly, what not to do on the fly on a daily basis. How do you deal with technology issues? What about students who don't watch the videos? How do you check to see who is actually watching and who isn't? etc. This book would have saved me countless sleepless hours and additional gray hairs. Jon and Aaron have written a book that lays out the basic tenets of the model in an easily understandable and usable way. This book is short and to the point. They left all of the fluff out and got right down to the backbone issues that need to be addressed for a successful flipped classroom. They have also thrown in real world examples from other teachers which is always highly useful.

In addition to laying out the details of the model, they then move on to talk about the Flipped Mastery model. Being that I already have the video technology in place and am already going to be flipping all of my classes this year, this was really the most informative part of the book for me.
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24 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Lance Bledsoe on July 30, 2012
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I am a high school math teacher and am looking forward to teaching my second semester of classes using the flipped model. I found this book to be an interesting read, if for no other reason than to hear about the experiences of the two pioneers. Just reading about the authors' experiences, and about the experiences of other teachers who have flipped their classrooms, was very valuable. They do a good job explaining the why behind flipped learning, and are also very clear that it does not magically eliminate all of the challenges associated with teaching.

I also felt, however, that the book made flipping seem unnecessarily complicated and intimidating. The authors devote 3 of the 9 chapters to the "Flipped-Mastery" model, a specific implementation of the flipped learning model which they use in their classrooms. While it was interesting to read about this model and their experience with it, it felt much too advanced for me to consider; having just flipped my classroom, I'm still getting used to the "ordinary" flipped classroom model. In particular, when I flipped my classes, I discovered almost immediately that my students were working in small groups much more than they did previously, and figuring out the best way to facilitate the small groups during class time has been a challenge. I would have liked to have read more about the author's experiences with small groups in their classes, as well as specific methods they use with students working in groups.

Also, the videos which the authors use in their classes are screencasts created using a software app called Camtasia, and they go into some detail on their process of planning and creating these screencasts.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Kevin Currie-Knight TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 26, 2012
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Every teacher says it to him/herself at some point: if only we could get to x, y, or z activity after the direct instruction. As a former high school teacher (and current college instructor), I recall the feeling that my classes never had enough time to work on problems, discuss the material, or do an activity after my direct instruction was delivered. the flipped classroom, as detailed in this book, is a great way to make sure class time IS devoted to such activities.

If you are reading this review, you are probably - at least vaguely - familiar with the flipped classroom model. Essentially, it 'flips' how we use class and homework time. It used to be that you gave direct instruction in class and left students with expansion-activities (homework) to do at home. Well, in this day and age, it is quite easy to 'deliver' direct instruction at home (podcasts, videos, reading) leaving class time free to do the expansion stuff that may require student/teacher and student/student interaction. This book is written by the two high school science teachers some say are the 'originators' of the flipped classroom model (though they will likely admit that they were really the popularizers and tweakers of it).

The book is broken up essentially into two halves - the first exploring the basic 'flipped classroom' model, and the next, the 'flipped mastery' model - the flipped model where students now work at their own pace. Each half consists of a chapter trying to sell us on the 'whys' of the flipped classroom (increases student engagement, makes class time more fun than a string of lecture performances, etc) and a chapter detailing how one might flip a classroom (start with learning objectives, record videos/audio of lessons, etc).
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