The Flipped Learning Global Initiative

The Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI), is a worldwide coalition of educators, researchers, technologists, professional development providers and education leaders who are committed to flipped learning. The Flipped Learning Global Initiative, (FLGI), was created to support the rapidly expanding adoption of flipped learning all over the world, including China, Taiwan, Spain, UAE, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy, Korea, Argentina, Iceland, Sweden, India, the United States and now in Austria. FLGI aims to fill the growing global needs for collaboration across borders in three domains: research curation and distribution, evolving best practices in flipped learning, and technology selection and implementation.

The Vision

Jon Bergmann is one of the co-founders and pioneers of the flipped classroom. Jon has travelled the world, speaking to and training school leaders and educators in the flipped classroom model. He has seen the global promise, passion, and potential for flipped learning first-hand. He has also seen the pitfalls and myriad ways that flipped learning can be compromised by bad practice, inappropriate technology, and poor execution. The Flipped Learning Global Initiative was created to support the successful adoption and implementation of the flipped learning model around the world.

The Mission

The mission of the Flipped Learning Global Initiative is to coordinate, orchestrate and scale the key elements required to successfully expand flipped learning internationally. FLGI’s primary focus is building bridges between the silos of robust flipped learning activity occurring worldwide.

In the frame of the project

The Flipped Learning Global Initiative impacts to the project with their knowledge and their experience. Furthermore, Jon Bergmann and Errol Smith will supervise the development of the project results.


Source: Taken with permission from the webpage of the FLGlobal