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Flipped Classroom FAQ: Tips and strategies for a successful flipped lesson

For almost 10 years, I have been enjoying the benefits flipped lessons have provided me in building relationships with students, differentiating instruction to meet the individual needs of my students better, and having more time to do activities, labs, and deeper level thinking. Throughout the ... READ the POST

How to Get Started With The Flipped Classroom Model: Choosing Your Video

You can easily get started with the flipped classroom model and flip your class in four simple steps: Format, Interact, Reflect, and Extend. This little mini-series will take you through each step to help guide you on your journey with flipped learning. This is step 1: Format. The Main Purpose ... READ the POST

Wondering how to get started with flipped learning? The flipped classroom allows for more time in class practicing and applying the information. It also offers more opportunity for students to get help when they are stuck or have misconceptions. Discover how easy flipped learning can be.

The Flipped Classroom Model leads to more opportunities and student success

      I hate giving notes in class.  I've never like it.  It seemed that some students went really fast and then waited around or started distracting others around them because they were board.  Other students took forever to write the notes because they either had a learning disability, they were a ... READ the POST

Blended Learning in the Science Classroom

Why do Blended Learning?Blended Learning is a great way to incorporate different modes of learning so that you can reach more students and help them understand in the method that works best for them.  It helps students learn about the topic through guided inquiry, group collaboration, and ... READ the POST

Flipping your class without technology

This year I took on the adventure of flipping my class.  I wanted to be able to spend more time working with my students on higher level tasks and less time giving them the basic information. I chose to flip my class to meet that need.  Most of the time a flipped class is done with the ... READ the POST

Teachers are saying...

I've been looking for resources to flip my classroom. This will save me a lot of time planning.

- Tracy C.

Animal and Plant Cells Flipped Lesson
Kristi Harjo
2020-09-29T21:21:06+00:00
I've been looking for resources to flip my classroom. This will save me a lot of time planning. - Tracy C. Animal and Plant Cells Flipped Lesson

These are so fantastic! What a great way to teach and differentiate for students! Thank you, everything is so well put together.

- Chelsea B.

Newton’s First Law Flipped Lesson
Kristi Harjo
2020-09-29T21:29:27+00:00
These are so fantastic! What a great way to teach and differentiate for students! Thank you, everything is so well put together. - Chelsea B. Newton’s First Law Flipped Lesson

This is absolutely one of my favorite resources I have purchased through TPT and I spend more than $400 a year! It has so many interesting aspects. My students really enjoyed learning with these labs.

- Terah R.

Ionic and Covalent Compounds Science Stations
Kristi Harjo
2020-09-29T21:30:45+00:00
This is absolutely one of my favorite resources I have purchased through TPT and I spend more than $400 a year! It has so many interesting aspects. My students really enjoyed learning with these labs. - Terah R. Ionic and Covalent Compounds Science Stations

I bought this lesson with all of my students in mind, but gave special consideration to my students that have IEPs and seem to struggle with staying on task. We're currently in the process of working through the prokaryote and eukaryote cells and I'm finding this to be so convenient for my students. It's something that they'll be able to easily refer back to also. Thank you for creating such a colorful, fun and useful resource!

- Lisa M.

Cell Differences Digital Notebook
Kristi Harjo
2020-09-29T21:31:59+00:00
I bought this lesson with all of my students in mind, but gave special consideration to my students that have IEPs and seem to struggle with staying on task. We're currently in the process of working through the prokaryote and eukaryote cells and I'm finding this to be so convenient for my students. It's something that they'll be able to easily refer back to also. Thank you for creating such a colorful, fun and useful resource! - Lisa M. Cell Differences Digital Notebook
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