July 22, 2022

Podcast: Ask The Tech Coach about In-class Flip

In this episode, we talk to Jeff Bradbury about in-class flip and answer the following points: What does a 2022 flipped classroom look like? How can […]
July 22, 2022

Easy Edtech Podcast: Flipped learning and differentiation

In this podcast, Dr. Monica Burns interviewed Carolina R. Buitrago and me about the connection between flipped learning and differentiated instruction as well as about our […]
April 28, 2021

Designing a hybrid in-class flip

Recently, I encountered the challenge of teaching in a hybrid mode (some students in class and some at home). I have been teaching fully online for […]
April 28, 2021

El diseño de un in-class flip híbrido

Recientemente tuve el desafío de enseñar en un modo híbrido (algunos estudiantes en clase y otros en casa). He estado enseñando completamente en línea durante un […]
January 17, 2021

Diseño de instrucciones invertidas y diferenciadas

Uno de mis momentos de reflexión más importantes durante la enseñanza en línea surgió cuando comencé a sufrir problemas de conexión (los míos y los de […]
January 17, 2021

Designing Flipped Instructions for Differentiation

One of my biggest aha moments during online teaching came when I started suffering connection problems (my own and my students). I had flipped instructions in […]
December 7, 2020

Flipped vs. traditional teaching (sketchnote)

I’m always asked about the difference between flipped learning and a traditional teaching approach. What a perfect excuse to continue practicing my drawing skills and design […]
October 23, 2020

Podcast: Discussing grading in the new normal-ish

The Elephant In The Remote Classroom: Adapting to Grading In the New Normal-ish Dan Jones with Martha Ramirez, Jon Bergmann, and Thomas Mennella Grading is always […]
August 26, 2020

Flipped learning sketchnote

I condensed my understanding of what flipped learning is in this sketchnote. Flipped learning is always evolving and this is where it is at today! To […]