Have you tried flipping a lesson, or perhaps an entire unit or course? Have you participated in a flipped lesson or course as a student? What advice do you have for a math instructor who is preparing to Flip a lesson, unit or course? Or, if you are on the fence hoping to flip soon, what questions do you have for the community about what has worked or has not worked?
I suggest having a goal and starting small. My goal was to flip my class once per week. Having the students doing some of the learning outside of class gave me time to group work and small projects in class.Also, have some way of ensuring that the students do the work outside of class and assign a grade to it. If you just say "watch this video" they won't do it. Have a set of questions based on the video they have to submit. Creating the questions and grading them adds more work for you, but there are online systems you can use for that. Setting up the online systems takes time, but probably saves time in the long run, especially if it's a class you'll teach year after year.
George HurlburtProfessor of MathematicsCorning Community College1 Academic DriveCorning, NY 14830607-962-9324