Monthly Archives: May 2012

A different kind of flip… (Part 2 – Peer-Teaching Reflection)

This last week my students ran the show. As I described in my previous post, students were put into groups with that task of creating a lesson and presenting it whatever way they wanted. I wanted them to be creative … Continue reading

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A different kind of flip…

I am a strong believer that you need to vary things up in education. With my last unit of the year I plan to flip things in a different direction… My Grade 10 math students will be running the show, … Continue reading

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The Evolution of my Flipped Classroom

When I first began the Flipped Classroom I planned for my students to watch a video at home each night in lieu of doing traditional math questions. This after all is the standard concept of the Flipped Classroom. Yet things … Continue reading

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The Next Mission

The 2011/2012 school year will go down as the year of the Flipped Classroom for me. This was without a doubt the most exciting year of my short five year career. I did things that I never did in my … Continue reading

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