I had a training session on Monday at our local CESA (a regional educational support building/system with consultants for a number of high schools) with Jon Bergmann about flipping my classroom. It really reinforced my belief that it is not just technology but about relationships and best use of time.
My big challenges remain the same. How to get students watching videos, how I make sure they are watching videos and how I change my class. And that is the rub for me, I rarely lectured before. About 10 minutes out of 45 in the past, and then we worked together -- it may have been large projects, small practice problems, sometimes now I use Khan in lab so students practice what they are still mastering - but it was always doing. But this 35 minutes of time on problems is not greatly differentiated, so that is the next step. How do I get the spectrum wider, handle the management and get better growth in my students (and growth is not some CCSS test).
Again is slow incremental change, slightly better tomorrow than today.