Flipped lessons substitute teacher classes with instructional material—often a video—that students watch and interact with at home. They apply what they learned in class through a variety of activities or projects that could once have been homework, with the teacher working as an instructor or guide. The aids include letting students work on their own, to control themselves the input they need to review, and apply concepts in different contexts in class to ensure that they thoroughly comprehend the content. Thus, education tools help to understand the principles underpinning the Flipped Classroom as well as develop the actual technical skills to create Flipped Classroom. The presentation shows how to build the participant’s knowledge of the key principles behind the Flipped Class, focus on the Flipped Class problems and possible solutions, and look at the role the Flipped Class plays in fully online and hybrid delivery.