Well today, being the first Monday of July so the "first" day of the month in my book, I started Google-ing. I Googled common core first. I read the webpage that appeared. It was kind of boring and dry, so I decided I'd come back to that later.
I moved on to "flipped classroom". Well the webpage I clicked. Now that webpage was exciting to view. before I knew it, I was really interested. I started asking myself how such a thing would look in my classroom.
Below I've provided the html code for the basic explanation of what the Flipped Classroom is. I have a friend who has used the Kahn Academy in her classroom. For myself I think I would want to start with one subject and figure out how to implement it the best I could. I, obviously, have a lot more research to do, but I'm intrigued.
Do you flip?
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NOTE: I do recognize that this model may have some downfalls, but I still want to learn more about it.