Student-Submitted Essay Questions: A Flipped Classroom with You Still at the Reigns

So if you’re like me, you’re often proud of your students by their interesting, deep questions about your material. The kind of stuff beyond “How is this relevant to us?” and “Can I go to the bathroom?” So how do you incorporate their deeper, more engaging questions into the curriculum without losing track of the […]

Academy Khan : Here is Lesson Flipped The

Daaaaaaaaaaaaaaaang Daniel! Back at it again with the blog posts! Today we’re discussing flipped lessons. (See what I did there with the featured image? I literally used powerpoint and flipped the slide upside down. Funny, huh? Laugh. It’s funny)   SWBAT: Every good teacher should know this acronym. It describes the learning objective, or target, that […]

Getting To Know You All Starts From The Basics

Learning Objectives: My main objective is to assess where my students are in terms of their mathematical skills since students coming into the classroom are on a variety of levels when it comes to their academic skills. I want the students to be able to gauge themselves on their academic capabilities and learn that it […]

Can a flipped lesson actually work in a traditional classroom?

  Luckily in my student teaching placement, we have a lot of access to technology, but students are not able to take that technology home with them that would be necessary for a truly flipped approach to be successful.  The lesson I would have students do is this Google Slides presentation that is also interactive! […]

Math and Fun: Not an Oxymoron in a Flipped Classroom

In middle school and high school, I heartily looked forward to science classes each day.  They were a chance to ‘experiment’ – to play, test, follow curiosity – and yet, somehow, through this, learn.  What a radical idea: the combination of natural interest and discovery and education!  But all sarcasm aside, teachers are testing more […]

There can never be too many labs….

1) Learning Objective Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of cellular respiration through a tennis ball lab experiment through data analysis and graphing. 2) Digital Resources Used The first part of the lesson would be the students on their devices at home watching a video that I created through EDpuzzle. The video would be […]