FLC Score Flipped Learning is now over 10 years old. What has changed since the first teacher flipped a classroom? Do you know? How well have you kept up? How do your Flipped Learning skills compare to other Flipped Learning teachers and professors around the world? Click the green button to run through a quick 10-question checklist and get your Flipped Learning Competency Score in 30 seconds. 1 - The videos my students watch at home are:Significantly shorter than my in-class lessonsNot as good as my in-class lecturesPretty much the same as my in-class lectureNot longer than 45 minutes2 - When I'm planning my flipped lessons...I focus my videos on the lower levels of Bloom(s) TaxonomyI first check Youtube for videos I can use to teach the conceptI ask peers for resources they have effectively used in the pastI create my videos then consider the formative assessments I will useI rely on lesson plans I have already tested to reduce the risk of failure3 - Flipped Learning is... Primarily about using videos for direct instruction at home where students can grasp the basicsA meta instructional strategy that makes other instructional methods possibleThe same as blended learning for most all intents and purposesStill pedagogically unsupported by adequate research, but used effectively by innovative teachers4 - Putting my lessons on video...Allows me to reduce my in-class lecture time by about 40 percentMeans students come to class more prepared to follow my lecturesAllows me to use class time for more active learning strategiesAllows me to use class time for grading papers while students do projects5 - In most of my flipped classroomsStudents learn better because I maintain tight control of my classroomI use Maslow to determine seating assignmentsStudents work in orderly groups I assign at the beginning of the yearStudents can move around as they wish6 - In a flipped classroom it is best practice toAllow students to choose how to show what they have learnedGrade on a curve for any class of 30 studentsUse open book test for the final examHave a two-tier grading system for students who struggle with Flipped Learning7 - Tech-savvy students should not be taught how to watch the videos you send homeTrueFalse8 - My strategy for introducing a new group space activities is to:be willing to fail at group space activities and let my students fail and try again.never try a classroom activity until I am sure it will be effectivepractice every group space activity with my teaching coach firstuse the group space activities that have done well with at least three classeslimit the use of new group space activities unless required by the school policy9 - My flipped lessons are getting better because...I pay close attention to the feedback I get when my administrator evaluates my teachingI ask my mate to review my videos and tell me what I can improveI never end the year without asking students to evaluate my teachingI have learned to be self-aware and notice ways to improve my flipped lessonsI find I am naturally getting better with time10 - Which option best describes your situation?I am the only person I associate with who uses Flipped LearningI am not sure if other teachers are using Flipped Learning in my school districtI am a more effective teacher, though I have little peer or administration supportI am engaged online with Flipped Learning teachers around the worldHow did you find out about the FLC Score? NOTE: This question is counted in your score.Web searchFriend or colleagueFacebook or TwitterYoutubeEmail announcementOtherCongratulations! You've completed the Flipped Learning Currency test. The highest possible score is 850. Hit the "Submit" button to Get Your FLC Score and detailed report. Name Email Time is Up!