Category Archives: Flipped Class
Meet Amber Mueller, who flipped her 5th grade class during her first year as a teacher. Listen to my interview with her. This is the second episode of my new radio show: "The Flip Side."
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
I, along with my daughter Kaitie, had a chance this past week to share about Flipped Learning with educators in Iceland. Kaitie is 18 yrs old and has come to several events with me to add to the conversation. She
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 graduated from high school in 1982. By my students' standards, that makes me old. I grew up in an age of books, pens, and paper. Information was scarce and if I wanted access to knowledge I had to look
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
I am continually amazed at how Flipped Learning is transforming teachers and students all over the world. I want to introduce you to Tamara Copeland-Samaripa. I "met" her on twitter and she told me how flipped learning has totally transformed