CHICAGO, Aug. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Today, the Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI), a worldwide coalition of educators, researchers, technologists, professional development providers and education leaders, announced the publication of the FLGI 100. The annual list identifies the top 100 K-12 educators who are driving the adoption of the flipped classroom around the world. The list is compiled by the FLGI executive committee - led by Jon Bergmann, Chief Academic Officer and one of the pioneers of the flipped classroom movement. Educators from around the globe are represented, including flipped learning practitioners from Italy, China, Taiwan, Spain, UAE, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy, Korea, Argentina, Iceland, Sweden, India and the United States. This year the initiative also identified the top 40 Flipped Learning leaders in higher education; the top 40 Flipped Learning administrators and tech coaches; and the top 10 Flipped Learning corporate training leaders worldwide.
"The 2017 FLGI Flipped Learning Leaders lists includes some of the most experienced, innovative and proactive education and training professionals in the world," said Jon Bergmann. "These are the people driving Flipped Learning forward in thought and action and demonstrating what is possible when Flipped Learning is done well."
The FLGI Flipped Learning Leaders list is updated annually and all four lists can be seen at http://flglobal.org/leaders2017
About the Flipped Learning Global Initiative
The Flipped Learning Global Initiative, (FLGI), was created to support the rapidly expanding adoption of Flipped Learning all over the world in countries including China, Taiwan, Spain, UAE, the United Kingdom, Turkey, Italy, Korea, Argentina, Iceland, Sweden, India and the United States. FLGI aims to fill the growing global need for collaboration across borders in three domains: evolving best practices in Flipped Learning, research curation and distribution, and technology selection and implementation. FLGI has over 100 mission partners, including Enterprise Mission Partners, MT Grupo in Spain; TES Global in the United Kingdom; BenQ in China, IWBNet in Australia and New Zealand; iSchool in China and Taiwan, InfoMentor in Iceland and Europe, Sigong Media and Knowlounge in Korea, Project Tomorrow, Udemy, BAM Education Radio Network in the United States; and a cadre of Flipped Learning research experts.
FLGI serves as a global hub for coordinating, orchestrating and scaling the key elements required to successfully expand Flipped Learning around the world.
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