In part two of reflections about eCampusLive, my goal is to analyze how a love of technology and its application in a flipped biology 11 classroom have come to fruition, the challenges we've experienced, and the inevitable mis-steps. I focus on how student projects, attitudes, and my own teaching have evolved and how expression has flowered in a variety of formats and situations. Critically, I discuss motivation, students and my own, four months into a new course format. And finally, an examination on measuring student achievement with rubrics and anecdotes rounds out my post.
Video link to Reflections Part 2 - Where are We Now
As ever, I welcome your comments.
Welcome to the eCampusLive blog. I'm Jerry Bleecker. I teach Biology, Science, Information Technology, Computer Arts, and more. It's an exciting year to share our experiences with our flipped classroom endeavour.