If you’re visiting this blog for the first time due to this article in the Sunday Telegraph or this post on Daniel Pink’s blog, welcome. As Mr. Pink thankfully mentioned in both places, I did not originate the idea of flipping homework and lectures. Many other folks are doing this also and, frankly, most of them are doing it better than I am. Two of the teachers I know that have done the most work in this area are Jonathan Bergmann and Aaron Sams – you might check out some of their work. (And, if you’re a teacher that’s also using video in a similar way and you threw up a little when Daniel Pink chose to link to me, please leave a link to your work in the comments so people can perhaps take a look.)
If you’re interested in learning more about my partial return to the math classroom, you can check out all the posts related to that endeavor and/or the Transparent Algebra blog.
If you’re visiting for my other claim to my fifteen minutes of fame, you might check out the Shift Happens wiki or the last blog post I wrote about that to learn more about Did You Know?/Shift Happens.
If you’re interested in what else goes on around here, then look around a bit. My blogging has tapered off lately as budget cuts have added a bit to my plate, but you might be interested in the Best (?) Posts of 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006 to get a feel for the place.