Math Courses

Love. B Hodge, A. Grandgenett, N., & Swift, A. W. (2014). Student learning and perceptions in a flipped linear algebra course.

Kim G. J., Patrick, E. E., Srivastava, R., & Law, M. E.  (2014) Perspective on Flipping Circuits I

Gross, S. P., & Musselman, E. (2015) Observations from Three Years of Implementing an Inverted (Flipped) Classroom Approach in Structural Design Courses

McGivney-Burelle, J., & Xue, F. (2013) Flipping calculus

Talberrt, R. (2014) Inverting the linear algebra classroom

Schroeder, L., Xue, F. & McGivney, R. (2013). Flipping Three Mathematics Courses: Common conclusions and plans for the future. MathAMATYC Educator, 4(2),  63 - 68.

Schroeder, L. B. & Dorn, B. (2013). Flipping Calculus with TrACE:  A web-based media player for collaboration in Calculus I. In Martinez, M. & Castro Superfine, A (Eds.). Proceedings of the 35th annual meeting of the North American Chapter of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education. Chicago, IL: University of Illinois at Chicago.

Kaur, H., Xin, C., Jungić, V., & Mulholland, J. (2014) On instructor experiences in three flipped large undergraduate calculus courses

Epstein, J. (2007) Development and validation of a calculus Concept Inventory

Physics Courses

Christensen, T (2005) Changing the learning environment in large general education astronomy classes

Hake, R. (1998). Interactive-engagement versus traditional methods: A six-thousand-student survey of mechanics test data for introductory physics courses

Deslaurier, L., Schelew, E., & Wieman, C. (2011) Improved Learning in a Large-Enrollment Physics Class

Biology and Biochemistry  courses

Moravec M, Williams A, Aguilar-Roca N, & O'Dowd DK. (2010) Learn before lecture: A strategy that improves learning outcomes in a large introductory biology class

Peters, A. W. (2005) Teaching Biochemistry at a Minority-Serving Institution: An Evaluation of the Role of Collaborative Learning as a Tool for Science Mastery

Marcey, D. J. & Brint, M. E. (2012) Transforming an undergraduate introductory biology course through cinematic lectures and inverted classes: a preliminary assessment of the clic model of the flipped classroom

Engineering  and CS courses

Mason G., Shuman T., & Cook K. (2013) Comparing the Effectiveness of an Inverted Classroom to a Traditional Classroom in an Upper-Division Engineering Course

Rginas, J.S. & & Philpot, T.A. (2012) An inverted teaching model for a mechanics of materials course

Lockwood, K., & Esselstein, R. (2013) The Inverted Classroom and the CS Curriculum

Sarawagi, N.(2013) Flipping an introductory programming course: Yes you can!

Bland, L.(2006) Applying flip/inverted classroom model in electrical engineering to establish life-ling learning

Gajewski, R.R., & Jaczewski, M. (2014) Flipped Computer Science classes

Laman, J.A., Brannon, M.L., & Mena, I.B. (2012) Classroom Flip in a Senior-level Engineering Course and Comparison to Previous Version

Fowler, M. (2014) Flipping signals and systems — Course structure & results

Toto, T. & Ngueyn, H. (2009) Flipping the work design in an industrial engineering course

Vidic, N. S., Clark, R. N., & Claypool, E. G. Flipped Classroom Approach: Probability and Statistics Course for Engineers

Bradford, M., Muntean, C., & Pathak, P. (2014) An analysis of flip-classroom pedagogy in first year undergraduate mathematics for computing

Gannod, G. C., Burge, J. E., & Helmick, M. T. (2008). Using the inverted classroom to teach software engineering

Water-Perez, N & Dong, J. (2012) Flipping the Classroom: How to Embed Inquiry and Design Projects into a Digital Engineering Lecture

Gullayanon, R. (2014) Flipping an engineering mathematics classroom for a large undergraduate class

Prince, M. (2004) Does Active Learning Work? A Review of the Research

General flipping

Long, T., Logan, J., Waugh, M. & Cummins, J. (2013). The Flipped Classroom Instructional Model With a Technology-Enabled Active Learning (TEAL) Classroom: How Does It Work?

Not free

Lage, M. J.,  Platte G, & Treglia M. (2000). Inverting the Classroom: A Gateway to Creating an Inclusive Learning Environment

Roehl, A., Reddy, S. L., & Shannon, G. J. (2013). The flipped classroom: An opportunity to engage millennial students through active learning strategies

Waldorf, D. J. & Schlemer, L. T. (2001)  The Inside-Out Classroom: A Win-Win-Win Strategy for Teaching with Technology

Anderson, S. (2012) Flip the classroom revising the role of the professor

Berrett, D. (2012) How 'Flipping' the Classroom Can Improve the Traditional Lecture

Dove, A. (2013) Flipping higher education: Using video prep lessons to change the classroom learning experience

Active learning

Canino J.(2015) Comparing Student Performance in Thermodynamics Using the Flipped Classroom and Think-Pair-Share Pedagogies

Casem, M. L. (2006) Active Learning Is Not Enough

Baepler, P., Walker, J.d, & Driessen, M.  (2014) It's not about seat time: Blending, flipping, and efficiency in active learning classrooms


Prince, M (2004) Does active learning work? A review of the research?

Beicher, R. (2008) The SCALE-UP project: A student-centered active learning environment for undergraduate programs

Michael, J. (2006) Where’s the evidence that active that learning works?

Student Engagement

Fencl, H., & Scheel, K. (2005) Engaging Students

Largent, D.L. (2012) A tale of two courses: An experience report about student engagement related to the use of an electronic student response system and pre-lecture videos


Householder, D. L. & Hailey, C. E. (Eds) (2012). Incorporating engineering design challenges into stem courses