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Learn more about the Global Standards Project for Flipped Learning training and practice

The Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences Supporting the adoption of Global Best Practices

100 delegates from 49 countries joined with AALAS Council of Peers to develop a framework for Flipped Learning global standards. In 2018, the framework was published and adopted. The Global Standards Project spawned a non-profit organization focused on establishing generally accepted international conventions for Flipped Learning.

The International Coalition of Flipped Learning 3.0 Universities

In 2019, seven universities adopted the AALAS best practices and launched programs based on the Flipped Learning 3.0 framework. This charter group of institutions make up the Flipped Learning 3.0 Coalition and continue to curate, peer review, and apply the most advanced research and best practices shared through this international network. In 2021, the coalition opened Flipped Learning Certification Centers on three continents.

Mission Leaders

Co-chairs Global Standards Project

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