25 Flipped-Class Tools to Help You Start the Year Off Right

August 15, 2014
CATEGORIES In the Classroom, Tools

Are you looking to flip your classroom this year, but don’t know where to start? If so, we’ve got a great list of apps and websites that can help you get off the ground. Quality at-home instruction that complements your great in-class work is central to flipped-class success. Sites like TedEd or apps like Science360 for iPad offer engaging, ready-made content that can support your teaching goals. Or, take it a step further and create your own digital lessons with tools like Nearpod or Educanon. For more personalized learning, get your kids using tools that offer playlists or adaptive instruction. Sites like Edmodo or Gooru allow you to send individual students just the right content. Adaptive tools like Khan Academy give kids truly personalized instruction while keeping you informed of their progress. Check out the full list for even more tools for flipped-class success.

See our Best Apps and Websites for the Flipped Classroom list here.

What are your go-to tools for flipping instruction? Add them in the comments below!


Phil Stubbs
Education Director

I would add Verso

Free web-based app for creating, curating and delivering flips to students on any device. It has a few unique features such as the fact that students don't see anybody elses's response until they post their own and peer to peer conversations are anonymous meaning that students are able to share original thought in  a non threatening environment. Data dashboards map engagement levels and support high quality contributions.  Also the website has great strategies and support for teacher questioning . Jon Bergmann describes this app as a Game Changer