One issue I've heard educators discuss is that they feel the lack of technical equipment is preventing them from trying flipped learning. I'd guess this is a mistake in thinking. There are ways to incorporate the flipped concept even in a classroom without a 1:1 environment, and I am certain some of our community members have considered this and adapted. Would love to hear stories from you! Some schools are setting up equipment for check out from media centers. Some schools are adjusting employee hours in order to have the media center available for students to use equipment there before and after school. In the article referenced in the discussion question, one mistake is not using class time for collaborative project based learning activities. Perhaps students can be paired with a partner for some of the home activities, thereby increasing access to the technology. We are a society of haves and have nots. However, accessible WiFi in the community and making equipment available to students should help in making the flipped concept available to all that would wish to try it.