However, as a teacher, I am aware that I need to embrace those failures as an opportunity to rethink, ponder, revise and try again. Since my profession has the performance piece embedded into it, I have to remember that every "act" will not be my best. But it is my continued practice that helps me hone my skills as well as my conscientious thought about what the goal is/and how do I achieve that.
I'm looking forward to my failures (with flipped classroom), because I know they will help me grow and perfect my craft. I write this mainly to remind myself, and so I will have something to read on those days when I am at a low point, because I'm sure I will be my biggest critic and I'll need this encouragement.