Flippin’ Training

As part of my “Learning in School and Other Settings” course for the MAET I am pursuing at MSU, I have created a lesson plan for training teachers about creating and using video in a Flipped Lesson. I will be testing out this lesson plan in just over a week at the Cayman International School with teachers who sign up for the training.

I’ll let you know how it goes.

For now, here is my lesson on creating a Flipped Lesson.


The game is afoot…

Well, the game isn’t actually a foot. In fact, it’s not even a game. It’s a class. In point of fact, it is two classes: CEP 811 and CEP 812, the two classes I am taking via Michigan State University’s online Master of Arts in Educational Technology (MAET) program. I am required to have a blog, so this is how it all begins. (Is writing a blog like a gateway drug to writing professional development articles and later, FSM forbid, writing books?)

The actual adventure starts on Monday, September 9th. However, being the anal over-achiever I sometimes can be, I decided to spend my Friday getting a jump on some of the housekeeping activities that needed to be done. So, blog, thou art begotten! (begot? begotten?)

Whoa! Did I just instantiate an online journal? Well, that’s enough for this Friday. Tune in again next week to see where this thing goes (or where I left the cheese). Hopefully by then we’ll know the answer to at least one of those questions.