Building access was a pivotal challenge. Providing wifi paved the way for students to use their devices -- something that was steadily building for years. Not quite ready for a paperless classroom, creating printing access in the classroom was also important. And finally, increasing access to school technology, was accomplished just before summer.
Now a go for launch, it's thrilling to anticipate how a flipped classroom will shape learning. For myself, it will be quite different to perform less "on stage" and work alongside students as a guide. Focussing on projects and inquiry based learning is hands-on for a reason - it's engaging and fun. As well, students will have greater control to express their learning style. Ironically, project-based learning, a regular theme in my computer arts and I.T. courses for years only now makes it's debut in a science classroom.