Dan Jones, an experienced educator and Master Flip Educator, dedicates himself to reimagining teaching methodologies. With 18 years of classroom experience, Dan's passion for Flipped Learning has led him to play an essential role as a founding member of the International Faculty for Training Educators, helping to elevate global education standards. His contributions to the Flipped Learning community also include his position as the K-12 editor for FLR Magazine and as President of the K-12 Advisory Board for the Coalition of Flipped Learning 3.0 Universities.
Acknowledged as the first Certified Flipped Learning Masterclass Facilitator, Dan shares his deep expertise, guiding others in their journeys through the educational landscape. He is also a founding member of the Academy of Active Learning Arts and Sciences (AALAS), working towards enriching active learning experiences worldwide.
Beyond the classroom, Dan engages with the broader teaching community as the host of the "What Works" podcast on the Bam Radio Network. Here, he shares practical insights and experiences to support fellow educators when we stop teaching from the front of the room.
His vast experience in various educational settings, from private to public to inner-city charter education, has enabled Dan to simplify complex concepts into understandable strategies. His commitment to providing enriching educational experiences led his students to be the first in the U.S. to engage in distance learning sessions with esteemed institutions.
Dan Jones is driven by a simple yet powerful aim: to enhance the learning experience for all students and to provide fellow educators with the support and resources they need. His work serves as an illustration of the impact of continuous learning, collaboration, and innovative thinking in shaping the future of education.