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I blame the Flipped Classroom.

Posted on June 24, 2011 at 9:46pm 1 Comment

A lot of things happened to me this year and when I started to analyze everything I realized that it is all the fault of the Flipped Classroom.



1.  My teaching style has radically changed.  No longer do I control my classroom, but give as much control as possible to my students.  I still guide the learning, but they control how and when it occurs.  I work harder than ever before and, but so do my students and they are learning more.…



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