All good things must come to an end–and in this case it’s a wonderful, relaxing summer. It always goes too fast! Spending time with my husband and son, going to the beach with family, trying indoor skydiving (highly recommended) and continuing to read more classic literature are just some of the reasons why this summer was a great one. I hope that you can say the same for yours!
But now it’s time to get back to work.
We’ve made some changes to get more great ideas into your classroom which is why we have now added a podcast! In episode one we’re talking about changing our focus on flipped classrooms.
Episode 1: Revisiting My Approach to Flipped Classrooms
I’m going into my fourth year of having a flipped classroom, and I’ve had the privilege of helping a number of teachers get started. And there’s a trend that I’ve noticed. We spend so much time on the videos: making them, publishing them, creating quizzes, etc. But that’s only one half of what we need to do. The other half–the more important half–that we should focus on is…
Well, you’ll need to listen to find that out. You can find this episode on the iTunes store by clicking here, or by listening below. Then let me know what you might want to do differently in your flipped classroom.