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From Flipped to Blended

After having a year of flipped instruction under my belt and absorbing all of the student feedback that I received (see my 2nd blog post in the series from last summer, “Flipping English Classrooms: Grammar Instruction”), I have taken time to … Continue reading

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Flipping English Classrooms: Grammar Instruction

Flipping has not come easily for me. I had to make sure it was going to fit my teaching situation. As a language arts teacher, I had to figure out just how I was going to flip the instruction within … Continue reading

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Framing the Flipped Classroom

By Jeremy Hyler Last year my principal presented a very unique opportunity for me to flip instruction in my classroom.  His motivation was to try and reach more students on all levels.  As our conversation progressed, we specifically discussed students … Continue reading

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