Professional Development

for English Teachers

The 28th P.A.R.K. Conference

Flipped Learning: Flipping the EFL Classroom

Daniel Morris

KEY WORDSsynchronous and asynchronous learning, flipped classroom, face-to-face and online teaching

AGE GROUPSyoung learners, teens, young adults, adults



The Flipped classroom model is an approach, enabling a lesson framework that incorporates both individual and group learning spaces, while engaging students in autonomous study at home and active learning inside the classroom with the teacher as a facilitator.

This session will explore strategies and benefits associated with the flipped classroom in ELT and how it can be implemented successfully in the face-to-face or online lesson.

Daniel Morris holds a BA (Hons) in Hispanic Studies from the University of Kent, Canterbury. His degree included studies of numerous European languages including Spanish, Catalan, Portuguese and Italian. After graduating, he began his professional development in ELT and attained a Cambridge CELTA. He has worked as a British Council Language Assistant and as an EFL teacher in Spain, before joining Express Publishing as an ELT Consultant in 2018.