Flipped Classroom

I have been using the Flipped Classroom Model since 2011. It has evolved from a few roughly edited videos to a complete website for each of my classes.

The main reason I started using this model, and the reason I believe in it so much, is that it allows me to spend more one-on-one face-to-face time with my students. I am talking with them instead of lecturing at them. I am getting to know who they are as people, and that has made all the difference in my classroom.

For more information about the Flipped Classroom Model, please click on any of the links under the Flipped Classroom menu.

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