"I just recently moved from edmodo to schoology and one of the best selling features to me was that in schoology you can create folders of your course content and then set rules to let the kids self pace through the course content. See the…"
Thanks so much for your information. I am the only math teacher in my middle school and I am trying to figure out how to accomplish a flip. I would like to ask for access to your 7th grade math videos so…"
"I also love how you've set this up - students have some flexibility and they have to learn to pace themselves. On the other hand, the calendar restricts them in an age-appropriate way.
But some follow-up questions - How do you keep track…"
"I think it is important to try and use my own videos for instruction. Students like the familiarity of my voice and the strategies used in the video are consistent with those used in class. I currently use the app Explain Everything on my iPad but…"
"I have been doing flip for 2 years, but with integrated studies (all core subjects in one classroom-7th grade), so I only had 45 kiddos. We gave them a unit packet and it was due in 4-6 weeks, depending upon the projects and assignments that were…"
"I love your unit schedule. I really like how it quickly shows outcomes in a progression along with the activities used to achieve them. What goes in the boxes, check marks? scores? Do you use standard based grading and do they come…"
"What would you think of a system where a system like Edmodo guided the students through the course work and the teacher took more of a back seat and helped students where necessary as well as organizing extra class activities and checking…"
You might want to try something I found useful which was station days. I did this in my middle school math classroom where I broke the class up into three groups. One group would be at the screencasting station where they would watch videos,…"
Like many of your colleagues have stated, flipping is not a schedule or procedure, it is a mindset. It is the thought of removing yourself from the front of the room being the "one in charge." However you plan to do that is up to…"