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EDU@YourBest

Apr 20, 2019

In this episode I try and think through a potential policy change for next year. 

I am beginning to look ahead at a few adjustments for my classroom next year.  I have signs up in my classroom that forbid the use of cell phones, tablets, digital watches, etc. These signs are up not because I am anti-technology, but...


Apr 19, 2019

This quick episode tells the story of how a BBC podcast by Tim Horford helped me realize a few things about flipped learning. I have found what many others have realized, flipped learning required a rethinking of the whole learning ecosystem.  43 minutes between bells is no longer a constraint.  Location is no longer a...


Apr 19, 2019

In this episode, I give my answers to the three questions regarding "practice" brought up in our Flip Fails blog series.  This blog is available here as a podcast, but is also available on www.flippedlearning.org in traditional blog format. 


Apr 19, 2019

In the Flip Fails #4 I ended with a list of concepts that my failures had forced me to reflect upon.   Here are the first three as they popped into my head while writing.

  1. How much skill practice does a student need to become proficient?
  2. What type of skill practice is most effective?
  3. Where/when is practice...


Apr 19, 2019

In this episode we continue our Flip Fail series and set the course for the next few entries.

If I sum up all of my many failures in my first semester or 18 months of flipping my class I would have to say that I failed to go far enough.  I don't mean that I feel I didn't use enough technology or that I didn't use enough...