What exactly is a "Flipped Classroom?"
Why do I keep coming across this term from different blogs and articles I am reading?
Is this something I should try to do?
These are all questions I have been asking myself over the past few weeks as I have been coming across the term "flipped classroom" more and more.
At first, I just dismissed the idea. I didn't see how it could possibly work in an elementary school. But after some further research, I could see this concept working in a Grade 8 classroom.
Here's a handy infographic I found on Larry Ferlazzo's site. I think it's worth sharing and considering.
This infographic makes some great points and has almost convinced me to try flipping my class. Of course, instrumental music is a unique subject area where this concept may not work. But as I think about this, I could make videos specific to each instrument. I could offer practice tips or other useful information.
It's something to think about anyway.
Let's hear from you
Have you flipped your classroom?
Know anyone that has?
Have any thoughts about it?
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Just Do It
9 months ago