This Spring Break, I spent my time focusing on preparing resources and reviewing literature to help implement my first official classroom flip.  After Spring break, the grade 9 social studies team at my school will be flipping our immigration section. Below, you will find the video I have prepared, which is available on my YouTube channel:

Moving ahead with the classroom flip, I am paying close attention to three emerging promising practices in literature. Due to the recent emergence of flipped classroom literature, strategies identified as effective in supporting this pedagogical approach are best described as promising practices. A practice qualifies as a promising when it successfully addresses a common problem in one context and has the potential for replication (The National Resource Center, 2010). The practice makes an effort to demonstrate how to achieve optimal performance (Robinson, 2008), and has the potential for becoming a best practice with a…

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  1. Thank you for this high quality information.

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