The age of the “bizarre HYBRID flipped classroom”

I asked one of my students this week to elaborate on her efforts in implementing a flipped classroom model with her 7th graders this year and the reasons for straying from the typical approach of watching recorded video at home and using in-class time for practice and hands-on learning (she had previously shared that she … Continue reading The age of the “bizarre HYBRID flipped classroom”

Lessons learned…

Results of the current remote/hybrid classroom experiment are starting to surface. Since the combined use of remote and face-to-face instruction is such a new development - it is neither blended nor fully online - we have very few examples of effective methods and strategies to use for reference. However, after several weeks of experiments with … Continue reading Lessons learned…