Flipping the Classroom1241 views Like it ShareChannel: East Wake Television Topics: Society Tags: 3117956079001 Related videosFranchise & Business Expo - AA Business Brokers Stand @ Melbourne Exhibition Centre. 2014FT journalists preview the FT Banking Summit and US Banking ForumCardinal & Gray Society: Digital Assets WebinarRecommended videos 140 East Wake Strategic Behavioral Center Groundbreaking 112 East Wake PEG Media Partners 572 East Wake Fuller Focus On Football-East Wake vs WJ 2018 215 East Wake East Wake-Zebulon Middle Girls BB 334 East Wake Fuller Focus On Football-East Wake vs SSS 1K East Wake Flipping the Classroom 10K The HR Con The Evolution of the HR Business Partner Model 339 Voya Finan Retirement in :20 Seconds - Retirement Planning When Your Loved One Has Special Needs 132 The Open U The stories we tell ourselves: narrative, emotion and fantasy in strategic decision-making 1K ESPN ESPN App: Fan's Best Friend | Leaving Home 13K Kentucky G Obama Grimes Direct Mail 11K Wolters Wo The Marketing Environment & Tracking Trends 219 The Doctor Disaster Preparedness for Your Medical Practice 405 CBS Los An Avoiding Cameras And Security Gates, IE Burglars Cut Through Barbershop Wall To Reach Pot Dispensary 186 Television U.S. Embassy Upgrades Business Training Center (Business Day) FEB 19 2019 Show more related videos Grace Barham 7 years agoOne of my favorite teachers does the interviewing! How exciting, Mrs. Eddins. As a future teacher, I think this concept of flipping the classroom is great. I only have a few questions: What if a student does not have access to internet or a computer (unlikely, but certainly possible)? How long are these videos, ideally? As a schedule gets hectic, like with sports teams and clubs, does the student have both homework and videos to watch every night? I am sure the system will work out, and I have hypothetical answers to all of these questions; these are just questions to consider.