Thursday, April 19, 2012

Conclusions So Far on Flipping the Classroom

In my 27 high school county, there are only five of us (that I know about) who have tried flipping the classroom.  We collaborated and came up with a document that might help those looking to do the same.  It includes lessons we have learned, sites that discuss flipping the classroom (and in great detail) as well as the videos we have created so far.  It, though, is still early for us, so any thoughts you can add to the discussion (in the comments below) would be much appreciated. 

1 comment:

Keith Hughes said...

I've been trying to flip for 4 years in a large urban school. While the time it has given me in class is marginal due to digital divide issues and getting kids to watch them authentically at home, I have pulled off a couple more new literacy based composition projects. In the end the videos reinforced what I had to end up going over in class. Baby steps to the dreamland of the classroom as a digital composition lab rather than a lecture hall.