I was recently invited by Tom Whitby (@tomwhitby) and Nancy Blair (@blairteach) to join them at edchat radio on the BAM Radio network. We had a great discussion about some of the key misconceptions about the flipped classroom. After that
Recently I was contacted by Microsoft's Anthony Salcito about doing a follow up about my work with the flipped classroom. When he contacted me I had just come off of a twitter conversation with Kwame Brown (@drkmbrown) where we discussed
With the growth, or shall I say explosion, of Flipped Learning there has been an increasing demand on my life to spin many different plates. I have a full time job at the Joseph Sears School, I am writing a
I am preparing to do a workshop with Icelandic Educators this week and I was asked to give them a list of questions to consider as they begin to flip their classes. As I wrote these I realized that many
I have been privileged to share about the Flipped Classroom all over the world. I had the chance to meet Stefan van der Weide while Aaron Sams and I did some workshops in the Netherlands. Enjoy his story. Lets introduce
This post is being cross-published on the Pearson Education Blog We know how critical the dialogue between the teacher and the student is, and how easily communication can be a breakthrough or a breakdown in the success for the students.
A great post by a good friend. By Kari Arfstrom on March 6, 2013 We’re in the midst of a cultural shift happening in education, and flipped learning has taken off like a rocket. Transitioning from a teacher-centered classroom