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Subscribing to my new website

I am honored that so many people have subscribed to my blog here at  As most of you know, I have moved my blog to my new website at  What I need all of my subscribers to do


The new logo: Developed by Emily Bergmann As most of you know, I left my job as Lead Technology Facilitator at the Joseph Sears School this past Spring to devote all of my time and energies to training educators, especially

NY Workshops Aug 6-7

I just want you all to know about an opportunity for those of you who live in the Northeast.  I will be sharing with some excellent educators on two different days in August.  See the details below You are Invited

What Happens When You Flip an Inner City Class


I met Kathy Swanger at FlipCon13 this summer and once I heard her story, I knew I needed to have her on my radio show.  She not only flipped her history course, but did it in an impoverished school.  I encourage


This past week I had a chance to unplug and disconnect.  My college-aged son, Caleb, and I had a chance to go on a canoeing trip along the Wisconsin River for four days.  We paddled 92 miles from Sauk City

Flipping a High School Dropout Recovery Program

I had a chance to sit down with Mary Tsadi at the ISTE 2013 conference in San Antonio a few weeks ago.  She told me an amazing story of how Flipped Learning transformed her classes.  Her "results" are jaw dropping! 

Video Blog about Flipped Learning

I was interviewed by Ed-Tech K-12 about Flipped Learning.  Below is the piece they produced.  Though I am in the video, I truly enjoyed listening to the other voices as they share how Flipped Learning, and other alternative teaching strategies,

The Flip Side: Flipping the World Language Course

Join my guest, Allison Drew, a Spanish Teacher at the Joseph Sears School as she discusses how she uses the flipped class model to differentiate for each of her students.  You can hear the interview by clicking HERE: 

Reflections on FlipCon13


It has been a couple of days since we finished up with FlipCon13.  Aaron and I reflected after it ended that this was the best one yet.  I first want to give a shout-out to all those who made it

What does the Research Say About Flipped Learning?

Flipped Learning Research

I am often asked if educational research supports Flipped Learning. I am pleased to announce today that the Flipped Learning Network, in conjunction with Pearson and George Mason University have just published a literature review.  We have three resources to


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