Designing and implementing flipped
classroom in professional development remains scant.
The definition of a flipped
property is a home that is sold in an arm's-length transaction for the second time in a 12-month period based on publicly recorded sales data.
According to the Speak Up National Research Project (2013), 27% of principals wanted their teachers to try implementing flipped
instruction during the 2013-14 school year.
Marlowe, The Effect Of The Flipped
Classroom On Student Achievement And Stress, (Bozeman: Montana State University, 2012).
Today and into the future, next-generation flipped
learning is about supporting faculty, using tools other than just video and maximizing student engagement.
In addition, author and educator Pat Semple, who is a firm believer in the flipped
classroom model, discusses a set of tools she has developed that allows her to optimize her time by "flipping" what are traditionally viewed as classroom tasks (lectures) with what are traditionally viewed as homework tasks (researching and writing).
Shockingly unaware of the universal meaning of the flipped
bird, the agents asked, "What did you mean by the gesture?
Most mattresses are constructed so that they can -- and should -- be flipped
periodically to distribute wear.
But within hours Armey had flipped
into insensate rage, shouting, red-faced and with quivering EPs, that he had "simply mispronounced a name and did not need any psychoanalysis about my subliminal or about my Freudian predilections.
The number of homes and condominiums that were flipped
increased last year, although the number still lagged behind its 2005 peak, RealtyTrac reported Thursday.
Bergmann, a former science teacher who writes and speaks about flipped
learning, and Sams, a science educator who conducts workshops on student-centered learning environments, continue their previous book, Flip Your Classroom: Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day, with this guide that takes the flipped
classroom idea to the next step: flipped