Flip communication for instant impact–and real results for students. The Corwin Connected Educator series is your key to unlocking the greatest resource available to all educators: other educators. Using social media and Web 2.0 technologies, you’ll learn and collaborate with one another in new ways. These short, easy-to-follow books feature practical strategies to use right away–and the dedicated series website lets you connect with authors and access additional resources. In this volume, use the principles of connectedness and flipped learning to engage stakeholders digitally–on their time–so they’re ready for productive discussion when you meet in person. Flipped leadership Makes the school community visible to parents Creates more authentic staff meetings Maximizes communication between parents and school Models effective use of technology Being a Connected Educator is more than a set of actions: It’s a belief in the potential of technology to fuel lifelong learning.

The Flipped Faculty Meeting

The Flipped Faculty Meeting

As a few of the teachers began using the flipped method to engage students, I received my very own challenge. The following vignette tells that story.

How to Flip a Faculty Meeting

Faculty meetings are as good or as bad as we want them to be. Some faculty meetings can be a time when there are great discussions about education and we feel as though we are a part in the movie Dead Poet’s Society. Other times, they are an example of bad behavior because adults have sidebars or they argue back and forth, or worse they remind us of the famous scene in the movie Ferris Bueller’s Day Off where Ben Stein plays the economics teacher who ...

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