In Flipping the Classroom, Robyn Brinks Lockwood explains the educational phenomenon of flipped classrooms and dispels some of the common myths about flipping (e.g., “Flipped classrooms don’t use textbooks” and “Flipping requires me to make videos of myself”). The book defines flipping and answers questions teachers may have about the role of textbooks, technology, and class time. Lockwood also discusses the benefits of flipping for teachers and students and talks about lessons she’s learned from her experience flipping her own classes. In addition, she suggests ways ESL/EFL teachers may want to implement flipping in their classrooms.