I plan to continue my gradual journey toward flipped-mastery, combined with inductive teaching strategies. I view this as the future, not just as a powerful teaching and learning method. I hope more research becomes available soon, especially on middle shcool mathematics classrooms.
As a side note, my school has also been implementing Carol Dweck's ideas on growth mindset. After completing my action research, sometime in May 2016 I discovered the work of Jo Boaler of Stanford. She applies growth mindset in her book Mathematical Mindsets to teaching and learning mathematics. I feel that every mathematics teacher should understand these concepts, and I am including the link to her book here. For the next year, I will further expand the ideas of mathematical mindsets, flipped classrooms, and inductive teaching strategies to create even better learning experiences for my students that motivate, engage, and empower them.
The author is a proud mother and wife, living in Sonoma, Ca. She has 21 years teaching mathematics. She loves technology and how it enhances student learning, engagement, and achievement.