Combined 28 years of teaching secondary education!
Using the "Flipped-Mastery" model, our course utilizes technology and historical documents to facilitate critical thinking and make the students the center of the learning environment. We have recently converted our classroom to be completely digital. Our students watch videos on our YouTube channel and complete all of their assignments using Google Drive files through Google Classroom.
Our course was featured in an article published by the Orange Country Register that discussed the advent of the flipped classroom model in Orange County schools: http://www.ocregister.com/articles/students-692396-flipped-teachers.html
Check out our blog about all things flipping at: youwilllovehistory.com All course videos can be found on our YouTube channel: www.youtube.com/youwilllovehistory If you like the content of our store please head over to our Facebook page to like and follow us for updates on upcoming products and chances at free give aways! You Will Love History Facebook Page
Welcome to You WILL LOVE History! We are Brent Willis and Mark Lovein and we teach United States History, AP Economics, and Psychology at the high school level in Orange County, California. Together, we have a combined 28 years in education and began collaborating three years ago to make a change and further engage our students. We read a book on flipping the classroom, flipped out, and decided to take on the challenge. Our documents cover U.S. History from the colonies through the 1960s. With years of creating activities, we have over one hundred items ready to sell. However, the page is still under construction as we are adding assignments and are creating new activities that will extend through the Obama presidency. We now have assignments and lectures that cover ALL of MacroEconomics and an Introduction to Psychology. Please take your time browsing our store and grab our free resource on the Declaration of Independence to learn more about our style. We are passionate about the flipped classroom and welcome any discussion from this community of teachers. Thanks for stopping by!