Much has been written about Jon Bergmann’s movement around flipping the classroom. Digital learning is more about flipping the teacher. As illustrated above, traditional education is centered around the expert delivering information to a large group. In this setting, the teacher speaks to large groups up to 80-90% of the time and less than 20% of the time working with small groups. In digital settings, the teacher becomes small group focused, working with individuals and small groups 80-90% of the time and in large group settings for the balance. This is more than being a “guide on the side.” The digital teacher provides detailed focused instruction to help students with basics, for clarity, and for extension of the fundamental learning. The teacher’s role becomes flipped. So the forecasts and calls for competency based instruction and personalized learning need to focus on flipping the instructional perspectives and roles of the teachers. This is more than flipping any classroom; it is flipping the teacher.