Well, not really. Classes begin in a week and there simply isn't time to find enough quality material to really flip. But I'm playing with the idea of reorganizing my approach, so that the kids are copying notes at home, and we're doing more problem solving in class. I think it could help me find the time to really devote to problem solving the way I want to. Then I could really put in some time over the summer and (assuming I'm teaching geometry again next year) fill in the holes. Of course, that means I have to find: - quality notes/videos/websites to provide them with the material I want them to learn - more and (more importantly) better examples. If I'm not using class time to have them copy theorems, then I have time for better examples. For the notes, I could always flesh out my own notes, and put up each week's on my webpage, including links to Khan Academy or other sites. For the problems, I think I'm going to tear apart a few of the SAT books I have lying around. As coincidence would have it, we're also doing a massive cleanout of the textbooks we have lying around the school, so I can cannibalize some of them as well. Anyone have any suggestions/comments/anything??? I really wish I had thought of this in June!!!