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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

The Flip Side Radio Show


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

Rethinking WHAT We Teach

What We Teach vs All We Know

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

The Flipped Classroom: A Student’s Perspective

Kaitie and Jon Bergmann

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.

What IS the Flipped Class?


Recently I received an email from one of my readers and he noted that nowhere on my blog have I talked about what a flipped classroom IS.  I have been recently been writing about what it isn’t, but haven’t clearly

Excuse Me: I think I’m Having a Revolution

This is a guest post by Carolyn Durley, I have been impressed with her writing.  She has a great deal to add to the discussion about the flipped class.  You can follow her blog by going to: or follow

Reflections on the Year in the Flipped Class

It is that time of year when people take stock in the previous year and think about what the next year will hold.  This past week has been one of those weeks.  For me, personally, it has been a year


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