I started looking at the flipped classroom 2 years ago, but I wasn't sold on the idea of delivering content by video, then working in class. I think part of my skeptisim was the fact that our school internet is unreliable and very slow, and not all of my students have access to technology at home. How could I hang my hat on using so much technology when the infrastructure just isn't there? We have had some changes over the last two years and I tried a unit of "flip" or what I thought was flip. Turns out I was just flipping out!
That unit was a disaster! No one watched the videos. We ended up
re-watching them in class and the activities that were to accompany this endeavour never really took off as we never had enough time. I was nearly ready to shelve flipping all together. CanFlip13 saved my flipping life!