July 14, 2018

FlipTech EastCoast 2018: Highlights and Takeaways

I created this title for the #flipclasschat we run on Monday July 1st with @Steve_Kolber and the idea kept buzzing in my head. That’s exactly how […]
June 26, 2018

My In-Class Flip about Cybersecurity

  I have been working with my colleague, Martha Ramirez, on our book about in-class flip (coming soon) and I have reflected that outside of the […]
June 14, 2018

Call for Proposals EVO 2019

June 8, 2018

What flipped learning is NOT: A manifesto

  This post reveals my thoughts of what I feel flipped learning is and is not. I welcome (and encourage) discussion to move this topic forward. […]
May 27, 2018

Repurposing my Twister game for Speaking

A couple of months ago I was thinking of how to create a meaningful and innovative speaking activity about sustainable development for my students in my […]
April 2, 2018

Enhancing flipped mastery in my English class through HyperDocs

My last post in 2017 was about a failed attempt at flipped mastery and all the changes I was going to make in my class to […]
December 26, 2017

How I became a better teacher by monumentally failing at implementing flipped mastery

  If you haven’t failed in the classroom lately, you aren’t pushing the envelope far enough. “Safe” lessons are a recipe for mediocrity at best. Dave […]
October 11, 2017

Making Student-Centered Classrooms and Letting Go of Control: Two Great Benefits of Flipping (originally posted in the FLN newsletter)

I was recently invited to write for the section Pillar Corner of the Flipped Learning Network’s newsletter. Thinking about only one pillar, and only one indicator […]
September 12, 2017

How has flipping improved your use of class time?

The transformation of the group learning space is, by far, one of the best benefits of flipped learning. I decided to flip my first classroom because […]