I had the privilege of chatting with Kaelyn Bullock, Tom Driscoll, David Fouch, and Liz Ramos about flipping history classes. We chatted about how we start our year with students, how we introduce flipped learning to parents, inquiry-based history class, and the one big change that we're making this year in our classrooms.
Some interesting commonalities popped up. People are planning to do the Marshmallow Challenge, showing the lone nut leadership video, and in the work of the Stanford History Education Group. I guess it's not a huge surprise when you've got a bunch of history teachers sharing best practices that there would be some commonalities - figured it'd be worth sharing and linking them here.
The archived Google hangout is embedded below.