Hello, and happy Monday! I don't know about you, but I drank ALL the coffee today. It's that lovely time of the year when it starts getting dark a bit earlier in my neck of the woods, which always seems to translate into me being sleepier than usual. I'll eventually get used to it ... sooner or later :) My Government students are beginning their Missouri Constitution and Federalism unit this week ... Read More about My Flipped Classroom: Adding Learning Checkpoints
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I'm still coming down from the awesomeness that was edcampSEMO on Saturday ... other than the Pineapple Chart concept, another big takeaway was the use of Passion Projects in the classroom. The idea of implementing a Passion Project in my classroom has simultaneously intrigued and terrifies me! I think it's the concept of totally relinquishing control over something in my classroom ... my use of ... Read More about Passion Projects, HyperDocs, and the Flipped Classroom
Welcome to part two of A Day in My Flipped Classroom! Today, I'll be sharing how a typical day looks in Petty Wap's classroom. THE VIDEOS... In a typical unit, which normally lasts anywhere from two weeks to a month and a half depending on the content, my students have between 3 and 7 instructional videos that they actively view. The videos are 3-7 minutes in length, and most of them are about ... Read More about A Day in My Flipped Classroom Part Two: What does my flip look like?
The flipped classroom strategy is gaining tons of well-deserved attention in the education community. The advent of educational technology and it's availability in classrooms around the world creates an awesome environment for flipping traditional instruction. However, what happens if all students don't have reliable internet access at home? They may have a device, (school-issued or personal) ... Read More about A Day in My Flipped Classroom Part 1: Why I modified my flip
The end of the year is upon us! Summer is around the corner! Time for reflection, revamping, recharging and ... a tad bit of rest :) As my second year in a flipped classroom environment draws to a close, it's time to revisit what worked, what didn't, and what will happen next! What worked! --> The "In-Class Flip" definitely worked this year! When I began my flipped classroom journey, I ... Read More about Flipped Classroom – Reflections and Goals