Expansion of earlier post -- I usually watch TED talks for inspiring creativity when I feel stagnant or stuck in rut, and KHAN academy and YouTube for differentiation strategies when needed. I have also filmed myself teaching to reflect on my language used during different phases of the learning process and to watch the interactions between students during certain activities. This year I have added instructional videos to my website. These serve as supplements for my students, not the primary source of instruction like the traditional flipped classroom that some teachers in my building have started to use this year. I have found that the parents of my students enjoy the videos, as much, if not more than the kids. A lot parents have forgotten the math they learned in high school from not using it or they weren't very good at it in the first place. They benefit from them so they can help their children with their homework. It's been great to hear these stories from them.