Both posts received some pushback from colleagues who prefer an "elastic" definition, but Carolina's well-researched article illustrates, explains, and demonstrates the dangers. I suppose that flipped teaching could be achieved well even with textbook readings, depending on how the teacher follows up in the group-learning space. Within the parameters of my daily 45-minute class periods with 13-14 year-olds in social studies, though, I cannot imagine going back to text-based homework tasks. Flipping with videos solves nearly all the problems that I was trying to fix 5 years ago.
I don't have much to add because Carolina wrote so much and expressed it so well. Thank you for reaffirming the power of #flipblogs!! :)