Dan Jones is a Flipped Learning Master Teacher, and he has earned credentials as a Certified Level 2 Flipped Educator and a Certified Level 2 Trainer. His journey in education began as a traditional classroom teacher. He taught for seven years in a traditional classroom setting only to become frustrated, jaded, and burned out. It was at that point that he discovered Flipped Learning. His passion for teaching was reignited. He has been flipping his classroom for six years and could never go back to teaching in a traditional classroom. His career has been focused, primarily on middle school social studies and language arts. Dan currently teaches 7th and 8th grade Social Studies and Language arts at the Richland School of Academic Arts. Throughout his time at RSAA, he has developed a distance learning program that led his students to be the first students in The United States to Skype with the U.S. Capitol, The National Archives, and The White House Historical Association. The more he learned about Flipped Learning, the more it impacted his students' success in the classroom. He has written multiple pieces for publication in AMLE Magazine, AMLE online, Edutopia, The Inkling 1 & 2, and his instructional practices were featured in Jon Bergmann and Aaron Sam's book, Flipped Learning for Social Studies Instruction.