Can the flipped instructional method be used for faculty meetings?

07/8/2012 | Teacher Leaders Network

National Board Certified Teacher Bill Ferriter in this blog post suggests teachers could apply the flipped instructional method to faculty meetings. Among his suggestions are to use YouTube to share content normally discussed in faculty meetings and spend time during the actual meetings to discuss the content, collaborate and brainstorm. "The first step in changing learning environments for kids is changing learning environments for teachers -- and the most common learning environment for teachers is still the faculty meeting," Ferriter writes.

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