Imagine that you’re an expert in a particular area, in this case flipping, and have become inundated with requests to help and overwhelmed by your own desire to make a difference. So what do you do? Start a resource network. If you’re at ALL interested in flipping your class, you should check this out. [EF]
As Aaron and I have been all over training teachers we have come to the realization that the key to making flipped class movement grow is the need to train teachers in this new methodology. We realize that we could go on the lecture-consulting circuit and become experts, but we realize that flipping is much bigger than the two of us. We have always had the heart to simply help teachers do what is best for their students. To that end we will be launching the Flipped Learning Network (http://flippedlearning.org), a nonprofit organization that has the vision and goals listed below….
FULL ARTICLE: Announcing: The Flipped Learning Network
POST SOURCE: Jon Bergmann of Flipped Learning
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