Maybe it IS About the Video…

In 2011, I wrote a post in which I strongly declared that Flipped Learning is not about the videos. But what if it is? flickr photo shared by cogdog Creative Commons Attribution BY license. The whole idea of Flipped Learning is moving from directing instruction in front of the community to allow active learning practicesRead More

Flipping so Kids Can Rewind May be a Bad Idea

There are times where I wish I could go back, rewind what happened, and listen again. Daydreamers, you know what I'm talking about. Even though it's not in the official pillars of Flipped Learning, a reason I hear people flipping their instruction is so kids can pause, rewind, and re-watch a portion of the instruction.Read More

What Does a Good Flipped Class Look Like?

The following is a co-post from The Daily Riff on what a good flipped classroom looks like: The Flipped Class What Does a Good One Look Like? "The classroom environment and learning culture play a large role in determining the best pedagogical strategy." by Brian Bennett, Jason Kern, April Gudenrath and Philip McIntosh The ideaRead More