Wednesday, July 3, 2013

July Currently and FLIPPED

So, it's been awhile since I've posted. I feel like every time I start a post that's how it begins! ha!

I started grad school last August, so that's why my posting has been sparse. I'll finish in December, and I hope to have a lot more free time on my hands to blog and create. Two things I truly enjoy! I figured since it's summer, and I have a little extra time on my hands, I'd catch up on some things I'm up to these days.

Of course I had to participate in Oh' Boy Fourth Grade's Currently Linky Party. Go visit her blog to see all of the other amazing blogs that have linked up with her.
Every time I join a linky party, I'm amazed by the new outstanding bloggers I find. I started this journey because I used to follow so many teacher bloggers when I was in college, and I hoped to inspire anyone becoming a teacher. (Hopefully I'll start to become more inspirational once I have more time to blog). :)

 
On another note, I've been doing a TON of research this summer on the flipped classroom model. I've gone to professional learning on the topic, done research for it, and created a workshop. I'm amazed by this concept and the success it seems to be having! Haven't heard of flipping your classroom?

Go HERE to see a brochure I made for grad school. I hope to be blogging a lot more about this new classroom model, and I'd love to hear any of your stories if you've already flipped your classroom!




5 comments :

  1. Hi! I love your blog! I found you through Oh Boy Fourth Grade's Currently Linky!

    Bex
    http://readingandwritingredhead.blogspot.com

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  2. I can't wait to read more about the flipped classroom model. I haven't real much about it! So glad I found you!
    Kelly

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    1. read* Geez! I obviously can't proofread!

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  3. I am not sure about the flipped classroom. I teach 1st so I don't think it's really for them. I took online classes for my grad studies and I feel a lot was missed from the class interaction mainly because the "students" didn't do their at home homework. I'm still lurking and investigating. I'' be interested in hearing more about it.
    Pauline
    First Grade by the Sea

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  4. I am looking forward to reading more of your posts! Glad I found your blog through Farley's currently!

    Make sure to stop by and enter my giveaway! :)
    -Courtney
    http://2ndgradesnapshots.blogspot.com/

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