Thursday, December 12, 2013

Questions for Chapters 4 through 6.

Chapter 4.
  This chapter covered how, why and what you will need to flip lessons in your classroom. If you think about the options; using other teacher's videos, creating your own, working with another teacher to video lessons, or videoing your lessons as you teach this year to use next year, which strategy would best suit you? Explain why you would choose this option. Did you notice that reading was  not discussed?
Chapter 5
Mastery learning, really what you do in your classroom when you are meeting independent needs. The components of a flipped classroom are pretty much the components of any well taught lesson. What were the two components in this chapter that you felt were either new, or not used often enough? For example "Assure student access to videos," is new in my lesson planning format.

Chapter 6
This chapter was persuasive, very positive. Of the 15 reasons stated for "Flipped Mastery Model," which reason do you feel is most beneficial to students? Give reasons to support your choice.


Thursday, November 21, 2013

Additional help

http://blogs.techsmith.com/for-educators/my-first-flip-snagit-discount/#.Uo4D89JJPyI

This blog has a good video for starting your first flipped lesson. There are also sites where you can download videos. Some teachers on our campus are using the Khan Academy site or App for their flipped lesson.

Here is the link to my blog. I am going to try flipping lessons in the classroom. The students will go to the blog during stations instead of doing the lessons at home at first. We will see how it goes.
http://hcemartin.blogspot.com/

Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Questions For Chapters One Through Three

Chapter 1
What are the benefits to flipping one subject in your classroom? How do you as a teacher benefit? How do the students benefit?

Chapter 2
What are some things you need to consider or do in order to plan a flipped lesson?

Chapter 3
This chapter deals with all the positive reasons for flipping a classroom, especially the fact that we are a digital culture today. What connections did you make with either the positive or negative reasons for flipping your classroom?