Create/select enough material to cover close to the entirety of the content of your course in a flipped classroom. Participate in conversations with others who have also flipped their practice.
To be a true master of the flipped classroom, one must remain open-minded and critical. Here are some questions that should always be in the back of your mind when you truly “live” the flipped classroom:
– Are my students truly benefiting from the flip? Do we use class time optimally for engaging in creatively and cognitively more demanding learning activities than “before” I flipped my classroom? Are my pedagogical skills improving? In what way?
– Am I offering the best possible reference material? If there’s something lacking, could I create it? Are the videos lessons offered a simple reflection of what used to be done in class or am I truly leveraging the potential of technology? Are my didactic skills improving? In what way?