Flip Final


Part 1: Philosophy/Pedagogy -- You have now made videos and planned lessons with more available class time or the work that goes with the video. You have looked at assessment with the Flipped Classroom. How do you see this changing your current philosophy/pedagogy? Does it impact your thoughts towards the possibility of customized learning? What barriers do you encounter that could hinder this kind of change in your classroom? We only scratch the surface in this workshop. Did anything inspire you to think of another way to use flipped classroom in your class? Are you planning to move forward with more of this in your classroom? 3-6 paragraphs

Part 2: Application -- Looking over the content of this course, what tools or resources do you see utilizing most as a professional educator? Are there changes in our habits/behavior/perspective that could contribute to more effective use with using devices to deliver instruction and freeing up time to work directly with students? Can flipped classroom increase professional dialog and sharing of resources among educators? Can your students flip and create videos to teach others? Are many teachers flipping the classroom in your school--how do we involve more teachers/administrators to take advantage of this method? If all do it, are there downfalls we need to watch for? 2-3 paragraphs

Part 3: Feedback -- Was there an unexpected learning, a serendipity, or an "aha" moment for you in this class? What do you wish you could have spent more time learning? Was there a frustrating or waste-of-time task for you? What are your biggest barriers to utilizing your learnings from this class? What do you wish had been a part of this class that was not covered? 1-2 paragraphs