Create a Flipped Classroom

Together but apart. 

The flipped classroom does exactly what it says -- it flips face-to-face courses into the digital space, but with highly intentional, well-designed, physical meeting points. There really is no one way to "flip a course" though -- you may even just flip one project. Whatever design you choose, approaching your course with a flipped mindset can instill new meaning and possibilities into every facet of your teaching. 

Flipped and Split Hybrid Explainer

How to flip your course in Canvas.

Designing a Flipped Course in Canvas will be much like designing an online course, as your course Canvas shell becomes home base for you and your students. Here are several paths to learn more about Canvas. 

Use your CBU email address and password, if you are prompted to log into Canvas to see examples.

Watch this video to see a sample Flipped Course in Canvas

Sample Student FAQ

CBU professor Dr. Emily Holmes developed this FAQ to explain a hybrid or flipped course to her students. Dr. Holmes has given permission for colleagues to adapt this FAQ for your classroom. 

Sample FAQ for Hybrid or Flipped Classroom

Learn more about flipping your course

Flipped Classroom via The University of Texas at Austin Faculty Innovation Center

What, Why, and How to Implement a Flipped Classroom Model via Michigan State University 

Flipping the Classroom via Cornell University Center for Teaching Innovation

Flipped Classroom Resource Guide via EDUCAUSE

Webinar: Designing a Curriculum for Online and Hybrid Classrooms via Harvard Business School Publishing

How to Design and Teach a Hybrid Class (also applicable to Flipped) via Harvard Business School Publishing