"I hear it from time-to-time. My response is always, "That's ok, I know that happens, the videos are available to watch during class. When would you like to watch them?" I don't necessarily require them to watch the videos at…"
I'm in my second full year of flipping. I started out with math and have expanded to Lang. arts, Soc. St and science.
I can't imagine going back. I have seen my kids in two different classes show considerable growth in time…"
I am in the same position with my fifth graders. I love the master / asynchronous model. What I have found also works for the high end kids is to give them the chance to test out material. They have the option of taking the end-of-unit…"
Thanks for your interest. I'd love to share ideas and host your team down here. Yes I'm in COS. My school is as far north as the AFA, so not terribly far from you.
I know there's not a lot of time left this year, but if you…"
I would love to talk with you about how you are flipping Everyday math.My 5th grade team and I are currently flipping Every day math and I am also flipping 4th grade math with one colleague. Here is our site to check out if you…"
"Getting started, think small. I started with just one lesson to see what kind of buy in I'd have and to test they system and tech. Mi then build from there. I'd recommend thinking about the following:
1. What content
2. How will you…"
"I have a second grade colleague who is posting spelling rules on podcast for younger students. You could also post a Vodcast for something you want your kids to do at home with parents. Really the sky's the limit. Think about what would be most…"
"I have not officially started my flip yet but people that I have spoken to that have the same internet access issue have been downloading the videos to USBs and DVDs and allowing students to borrow those to view the videos. That way only a computer…"
"I also would have the same problem as you. As for the students who don't have internet access or smartphones--they are also the ones who don't even have a DVD player--even if you sent it home with them."
"Thank you for the information. I am in the "pre-" phase. I guess that would be planning. We are getting a new math series for next year so I am planning on starting there. I like the smart phone as a way for them to view the videos. I am…"
"I have worked to ensure videos can be viewed from smart phones (that seems to reduce the student excuses and the parents like knowing they can do homework almost anywhere). I am just in what I would call the 2nd phase. The 1st is just…"
"I also teach 5th grade and am in my second year of flipping. I started with math last year (Everyday Math) and this year have added Lang Arts and Social Studies as well as an Asyncronous Mastery Piece in math. I'd love to compare notes and…"
I would love to talk with you about how you are flipping Everyday math.My 5th grade team and I are currently flipping Every day math and I am also flipping 4th grade math with one colleague. Here is our site to check out if you want.:https://sites.google.com/a/lpsk12.org/franklin-math/
I would love to see any resources you are using. We love the flip process for math. I also currently don't flip the rest of my day but I record every lesson as I teach it and store it on Ustream. Here is the link to my videos posted daily for my students:
Are you in the Springs? Would love to set up a visit but not sure if we can do it this year with just 8 weeks left of school but would love to consider taking a small group done and/or you are welcome to visit with us!