In light of the approaching holiday season, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about all the things I am thankful for in my flipped classroom rather than focus on the things I want to improve. So here is my thankful list:
I am thankful for...
Students that watch their videos and complete their WSQ forms after watching (and the ones who don't).
Parents that are supportive of our flipped classroom.
Administration that supports what I am trying to do in my classroom.
Tech Support that is always so helpful when I call (and I call a lot) with technical issues.
A tech savvy teacher next door that is always eager to help when I can't wait for Tech Support.
An online community of flippers and educators that are so willing and eager
to share their experiences with others to help make all of our classrooms better!
What are you thankful for?
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