Initially, when I was going to write this post it was going to be about how I had just done a short presentation about what happens in my class for the Cobb Chamber of Commerce Business-Education Committee, which is a group of about 30 members made up of Business and Educators in our local area. The presentation was to happen on February 5, Digital Learning day.
I was really excited about the thought of sharing the magic that happens in my classroom on a daily basis. Well, as you have probably guessed by now that didn't quite happen. To make a long story short, I began to feel sciatica pain on Sunday morning, three days before I was supposed to present. Each day the pain got progressively worse until I found myself in the emergency room the night before the scheduled presentation begging for something, anything to take the pain away. My relief was soon found but sadly I was in no shape to present the next morning.
So, In the true spirit of the Flipped Classroom, I did what any flipper would do; I sent my video along with my co-presenter to speak for itself. So, here's a look at what happens in our Flipped Classroom. Oh yea, I forgot to mention that the video was made and edited by my students!
Saturday, February 8, 2014
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