Flipped Learning 3.0 Certification Level - II

taught by 16 Group Space Masters

Course description

Flipped Learning Certification Level - II answers one the most challenging questions in a flipped classroom: What are the most effective, riveting, and innovative ways to use class time with students?

This course is a master class in group space management and active learning. You will learn how to confidently move your classroom beyond entry-level Flipped Learning strategies as you explore powerful, proven, “next” practices in active learning.

These strategies include: Flipped Mastery, Gamification, In-Class Flip Innovations, Reimagined Learning Spaces, the Reimagined Student/Teacher Relationship, First Person Narrative, Project Based Learning, Socratic Seminars, Peer Instruction, Genius Hour, and practical insights from the latest global research on group space instruction.

Most importantly, you will learn from some of the most experienced and accomplished pioneers, master teachers, researchers, instructional designers, and Flipped learning practitioners in the world.

Join Jon Bergmann, along with a cadre of 15 subject-matter masters, including Eric Mazur, Pedro Noguera, David Jakes, Cara Johnson, and Ramsey Musallam, for a walk on the leading edge of group space innovation and active learning strategies.

You’ll complete this master class with a greater command of your group space instruction, a list of new ideas to ignite your class time with students, and a Flipped Learning Level II Certification to add to your professional resume.


  1. Training and Certification $99
  2. Training, Certification, Updates, and Support $129/year 

(See details on pricing options at the bottom of the page.)

16 Group Space  Masters
16 Group Space Masters
Pioneers, Master Teachers, Researcher Fellows, Practitioners

Jon Bergmann is one of the pioneers of the Flipped Class Movement. Jon is leading the worldwide adoption of Flipped Learning by working with governments, schools, corporations, and education non-profits around the globe, including China, Taiwan, Korea, Australia, Singapore, Thailand, the Middle East, Iceland, Sweden, Norway, the United Kingdom, Italy, Spain, India, Mexico, Canada, South America, and the United States.

Eric Mazur is the Dean of Applied Physics at Harvard University, Member of the Faculty of Education at the Harvard Graduate School of Education, and the author of Peer Instruction: A User's Manual, a book that explains how to teach large lecture classes interactively.

Carolina Rodriguez Buitrago holds an MA in Educational Technology and TESOL from the University of Manchester. Carolina is a FLGI Master Teacher and a Flipped Learning trainer who specializes in the application of the In-Class Flip.

Peter Paccone is a San Marino High School social studies teacher with 30 years of teaching experience. Peter is a FLGI Master Teacher with deep expertise in the use of Socratic Seminars in the group space. Peter writes frequently for Edutopia, Edutopia, KQED's in the Classroom, PBS's Teachers Lounger, and several other online, education-related publications. 

Dan Jones earned a BS in Middle Grades Education from Ashland University and a Master's Degree in Curriculum and Instruction from American College of Education. Dan is a FLGI Master Teacher whose professional interests include e-learning and technology, as well as Project-Based Learning. 

Cara Johnson is a High School Science Instructional Specialist at Allen High School, Texas. Cara is a FLGI Master Teacher with specialized expertise in the Flipped Mastery Model.

Pete Whiting got interested in Flipped Learning when a student was out sick and he started making videos for her. When he realized what was good for her was good for all of his students, he was hooked. Now, five years later, he is considered one of the gurus in bringing Flipped Learning and Gamification together. Pete teaches secondary science in Australia.

David Jakes taught high school biology for 15 years and was an administrator for 12 years.  David's 27 years in education taught him a great deal about the organization of schools.  He now specializes in designing learning spaces for active learning.

Ramsey Musallam is a high school chemistry teacher, who expands curiosity in the classroom through inquiry learning. Ramsey was featured in one of the most popular TED Talks, with over two million six hundred thousand views. Ramsey received an Ed.D. from the University of San Francisco in 2010.

Martha Ramirez holds an MA degree in Education with an emphasis in Bilingualism and Technology at Unversidad de Los Andes in Bogotá, Colombia. Martha is a FLGI Master Teacher and a Flipped Learning trainer who specializes in the application of the In-Class Flip.

Robert Talbert is an Associate Professor in the Mathematics Department at Grand Valley State University in Allendale, Michigan, USA, and a FLGI Research Fellow. He holds a B.S. degree in Mathematics from Tennessee Technological University, and M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Mathematics from Vanderbilt University. Robert is the author of the book, Flipped Learning: A Guide for Higher Education Faculty. 

Troy Faulkner got on board with Flipped Learning in 2010. He has won numerous awards including the Intel's School of Distinction Award for High School Mathematics in 2011. He presents about Flipped Learning and Peer Instruction around the world. Troy teaches high school math in the USA.   

Ryan Hull is the lead Master Teacher at the Flipped Learning Global Initiative.  An experienced seventh grade Social Studies Teacher at Pioneer Trail Middle School, USA., Ryan is a pioneer of using First-Person Narrative in the group space.

Katie Lanier is an Instructional Specialist for Allen High School, Allen, TX, and an FLGI Master Teacher.  Her journey with Flipped Learning began in 2011 while searching for a way to meet the needs of struggling and frustrated physics students.  Flipping her class pushed her to pursue an M.S in instructional media, and an administrative certification. In 2013, she was selected as the Allen Independent School District Secondary Teacher of the Year. Katie is an expert on the application of Genius Hour in the group space.

Pedro Noguera is a Distinguished Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA. His research focuses on the ways in which schools are influenced by social and economic conditions, as well as by demographic trends in local, regional and global contexts.  He is the author of twelve books and joins us to share his insights on Reimagining the Student/Teacher Relationship.

Enoch Ng teaches at the Boon Lay Garden Primary School in Singapore. He has implemented Flipped Learning since 2013, and has incorporated inquiry, and peer instruction for his elementary students. Enoch is a member of the of the FLGI 100, and regularly presents at conferences around South East Asia.

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