Happy Sunday! We end our slow chat after a great week started by @chase.kirkpatrick and @David. Today, we would like to ask how does “Flipping” make you reflect on your practices or rethink how to reach your students?
I strive to reflect on my practices right after delivering either a great flipped lesson or one that simply “bombed”. I tend to use a myriad of feedback proceses such as using Mentimeter or Pollmaster for a quick “love it or dislike it poll”. In my Wizer.me activities, I tend to just add a feedback poll right on the worksheet. Formatives, I tend to give students the ability to comment after each activity and this allows me to make adjustments to the activities. Getting reflections also allows me to gauge student content mastery as well.
I know many of you do this reflection each and every time you deliver a “flipped” lesson. So to end this great week, please offer up your thoughts and thank you to those who gave feedback all week or will provide your ideas later down the road.
For those visiting Texas, don’t hesitate to give a “howdy”!. I can assure you some great barbeque, cold refreshments and a swimming pool that is often open all year long. Come wear your cowboy boots (nothing like Texas Two-Step) or if your tired from your travels just sit a spell. Thank you to @chase.kirkpatrick and @David for allowing me to participate in this weeks slow chat.
Vaya Con Dios