Pictures of My Flipped Classroom

Here’s my room!

My tables are set up so students can work in groups of four.  Students aren’t all facing the front of the room, because they don’t have to.  I’m not the center of attention anymore.  They need to be facing each other, because that’s where the knowledge and collaboration will be coming from.

I did move most of the tables against the wall so that they were near the electrical outlets in the room.  I figure if I want students to bring electronics into the room, they should have a power source to use them.

The IB learner profile is up, plus I have a vision statement posted above my SmartBoard, but that’s it.  This is their room, so they will fill the walls with their work.  It will look much different in May!

I’ve got my shelves filled, not only with math books, but with puzzle books and random novels.  It’s kind of a nice area for a couple of students to chat.

My teacher’s desk is pushed against the wall to remove that student/teacher barrier.  Now I can go to the students instead of them coming to me.

I still don’t have my rolling whiteboard yet, but I’m keeping my fingers crossed.

Well, that’s my room!  I haven’t done everything I wanted to do, but I’ve done all of the necessaries, and I’ll do the rest as the year goes on.  Hope you like it!!

About blueshirtkhakipants

IB Math Teacher, Pianist, Canadian, Husband, Father of Two

Posted on August 24, 2012, in Flipped Classroom. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. YES! Rockstar material right here. I can’t wait to see how flipping works for you–and for my class! We should teach a follow-up flipping workshop together in the future and share with our fellow friends how things work for us!

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.


For cruciverbalists...A Good Place to Start..

Megan Fiona

Read All About My Journey and Experiences Here!

Continuous Everywhere but Differentiable Nowhere

I have no idea why I picked this blog name, but there's no turning back now

emergent math

Welcome to emergent math. Feel free to explore featured blog posts, Problem Based curriculum maps, or other professional development resources.

Mathematics for Students

Learning Mathematics - Resources for Students


Discovering & sharing innovative ways to leverage technology to deepen relationships, build confidence, & create a safe learning environment where every student feels empowered to share their voice

janet's life

growing up and journeying forward



%d bloggers like this: