Monthly Archives: June 2012

Pros and cons of flipping

Disclaimer: I am not an expert in flipping the classroom.  As yet, I have never flipped instruction.  The point of this post is for me to think through how to best set up some flipped lessons in my classes next … Continue reading

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I lecture too much!

My students all completed a teacher evaluation survey for me recently.  The responses were positive, but there was a particular prompt for which I noticed that “sometimes” was the modal response.  The prompt was “My teacher inspires me.”  I am … Continue reading

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Core values

This year, our new head of school initiated school-wide teacher evaluation surveys to be completed by students. The questions were relevant, and I was mostly very happy with the students’ responses. There were two areas, where “sometimes” was the modal … Continue reading

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