I've been thinking about this post for a while and how to go about writing it. Better yet, I've been thinking about all of the things I'd like to include in it because it's hard to put the words together to describe how the flipped classroom changed so much for me.
To me, flipping is such a simple idea. Just flip how you deliver the content with what is traditionally homework, and you've done it. But I guess that's a bit of an oxymoron to say that flipping something on its head is simple.
Truly it is simple, and so are clear results you'll see in your classroom and your students. But the process of making it happen, once I step back and think of all that goes into it, really isn't the simplest process in the world.
And that's why I want to support you on your journey of flipping your classroom. It's not an easy journey. It certainly wasn't easy for me when I took on the task on my own about nine years ago, and that's not something I want for...