Flipped Mastery – How I think about it

Here’s a quick blog post, well more like a “vlog” post about flipped mastery.

When I make videos I never ever have a script. As a flipped teacher who’s made over 500 videos in three years, you don’t really have the luxury of polished video production. I also tend to do one take, whatever I do in the first video, that’s what gets posted.

This video however, took a few takes. In each video I scribbled a different diagram out, trying to capture the essence of a flipped mastery classroom.

I’m still not quite sure I got it, but it’s as close as I’m going to get on this pass.

Watch the video and let me know what you think in the comments below.


  1. Love the idea of slower students “learning 75%of the material well” rather than 100% poorly. Some students that come to my class have never passed so the B level content is not what they need (just yet). Some of my students have never gotten above a C so A level content is notwhat they need (just yet, but the goal will be to get them there eventually)

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