1. You don't have to be a professional editor of video. Students respond better when it is personal and it's just how you would be in class.
2. Pick a path (at least for the year) an stick to it. There are tons of different tools that will help you flip- just find one you like and use it. Make a change next year or at semester if you want.
3. Start gradual - maybe only flip one lesson or do one once a month and build up more as you get more comfortable.
4. Flipping can be used at any grade level so don't discard it because you teach Kindergarten- yes young children can do it with parental assistance.
Flipped Classroom Resources - Organized in Symbaloo