Here is the link to her Rummel Creek team blog: 2nd Rummel Creek Elementary
I love how she shared her behind the scenes preparations this summer. Flip Take 2
I am consuming all the info out there about flipped learning. I plan to join a MOOC to help me understand and design online lessons. How to Teach Online by Greg Walker
I want to create those white board with black markers type videos. That would eliminate my photos! I wish I had been a teacher in the 1980s when I was a 20 something year old, but I guess the whole internet thing wasn't happening yet, anyway.
Here is a great "How To" video on flipping the classroom: I Flip You Flip We All Flip
So I'm trying to keep up with Theresa, which is impossible, but I might just be able to contribute in my own way. I can see a pitfall in showing some of her videos to my class is that my school might not have the same manipulatives. I noticed students are expected to have individual sets of ten frame "dominoes". We just have one class set, but I could combine sets for a small group activity, or I could make paper sets. I just need to be prepared.
I also could change subjects and create lessons for language arts.