Still MORE on Flipping the Faculty Meeting – The Tempered Radical


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Back in early July, I wrote two posts (see here and here) suggesting that if school principals REALLY wanted to see teachers flipping their classrooms, that they should consider flipping their faculty meetings.

 

My reasoning was simple: Teachers won’t be convinced that flipping the classroom carries benefits FOR learners until they experience those benefits first-hand AS learners.

 

Heck – who are we kidding: Teachers won’t be convinced that flipping the classroom is even DOABLE until they experience flipping first-hand — and what better way to expose teachers to a flipped learning environment than to model those environments in our regularly scheduled faculty meetings.

 

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