Aaron Sams made flipping the classroom work for wonders for his students, and since 2012(ish) teachers have been embracing this teaching and learning trend. Many teachers are willing to try anything they think will help their students, but what is the best way to implement flipped learning?
What is a flipped classroom or flipped learning?
The driving question behind this method of teaching is why are are educators allowing students to (possibly) struggle through homework with little to no guidance or assistance when we have the technology to "flip" this model so that students have support.
What is a flipped lesson?
What is blended learning?
As CHPS moves toward 1:1, what should you do?
This is also a great time to start curating materials so that you can create some engaging learning experiences.